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The Museum of Folklore and Everyday Life


Phone: (843) 48-3-86-39

Address: 423185, Tatarstan Republic,

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Internet:
    www.russianmuseums.info/M2740 - official web page

    E-Mail: Almazgm <>


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Description:
    The Museum of Folklore and Everyday Life appeared on the base of the museum of school leavers (founded in 1982), having saved succession and expanded the exposition. There are collected many handworks of 19-20 century such as - towels with red endings (patterns are not repeated), embroidered towels on interwoven ornament, embroidered edgings, wall embroidery in satin stitch, cross-stitch and in chain stitch, prayer mats, women dresses, skullcaps, coarse motley, items of everyday life.

    Folklore is particularly represented by baits (lyrical epic genre of tatar and bashkir folk). 119 baits were collected and published in the book "Khater tamchylary" (tat. Drops of the memory), and the second book was published in 2005. Nowadays the third book is being prepared for publishing.

    The museum is the spiritual center of the village and district. It helps to publish poems of local people. All famous holidays, meetings are held there.

   



Museum has :
   folk group


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Administrative phone:
    (843) 48-3-86-39, Fax: (843) 48-3-86-19



Foundation and opening day:
    founded: 01.01.1979
    opened: 01.09.1982

Organisation status:
   Municipal

Organization form:
   non-for-profit

Organisation type:
    culture for society, scientific

Classification:
    Historical,Regional museum,Painting art


Squares:
    permament show rooms 1022
    museum's store 112

Employee number:
    3 (curators: 1)

Average visitors per year:
    2332


Specific departments:
    archive, science library

Collections volume:
    1639, rare collection's items: 1503




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