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In Yakutia set a world record for kumysopitia

Residents of Yakutia are planning to set a new Guinness world record for the mass drinking of koumiss - a fermented milk drink from mare's milk. The record will be set at the national holiday Ysyakh 28-29 in June in the area Us Khatyn (Three Birches). About 10 thousand people will take part in the ceremony at the same time.

Earlier in 2011, representatives of the Guinness Book of Records officially recorded in the State Circus of Yakutia in Yakutsk a record of simultaneous playing on khomuses - at the same time 1344 khomus player played.

In 2012, in Yakutia, a record was set for the Guinness book "The largest osuokhai in the world." More than 15 thousand people danced in 36 circles, the diameter of the largest of them was 97 cm, the distance from each other was 1,2 m. Osuokhai lasted about 20 minutes.

Ysyakh - the traditional summer holiday of the Yakuts in honor of the revival of nature, which marks the offensive of the Yakut New Year and accompanied by algys (blessing), abundant food, round dance, sports games and horse racing At dawn the next day, the Yakuts hold the sacred rite of meeting the sun, during which they are energized for the whole of the following year.

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