Khakassia

What is Khakassia known for?


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rock drawings

about 10% of the population. Khakassia is often called Siberia's Archaeological Mecca for its enormous quantity of important archaeological sites. Khakassia is full of monuments to the cultural history bestowed upon the region by the people who have inhabited and traversed its steppes for 30,000 years. Travelers may take interest in the many kurgans (burial mounds), sacred sites, rock drawings, stone obelisks, ruined cities, ruins of forts (as old as 3,000 years), and near ubiquitous menhirs


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" 1970 census ! colspan "2" 1979 census ! colspan "2" 1989 census ! colspan "2" 2002 census ! colspan "2" 2010 census 1 - style "background:#e0e0e0;" ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % - style "text-align:left;" Khakas (Khakas people) 44,219 49.8% 45,799 16.8% 48,512 11.8% 54,750 12.3% 57,281 11.5% 62,859


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the salty Lake Shira, home to an old Soviet health spa * Sorsk Other destinations * The Great Salbyk Kurgan — a grandiose burial mound 7 stories high * Chazy Nature Reserve * Khakassky Nature Reserve — stone markers atop ancient burial mounds abound in this steppe reserve * Maly Abakan Nature Reserve Understand thumb 300px Megaliths on the Khakass steppe (File:Abakan16.jpg) Khakassia is named for the Khakass people, close relatives of the Kyrgyz (Kyrgyzstan), who comprise only about 10% of the population. Khakassia is often called Siberia's Archaeological Mecca for its enormous quantity of important archaeological sites. Khakassia is full of monuments to the cultural history bestowed upon the region by the people who have inhabited and traversed its steppes for 30,000 years. Travelers may take interest in the many kurgans (burial mounds), sacred sites, rock drawings, stone obelisks, ruined cities, ruins of forts (as old as 3,000 years), and near ubiquitous menhirs. Talk Everyone understands Russian; while the Khakass minority speaks Khakas, a Turkic language, they are nearly all bilingual. Get in You can get to Abakan by rail from the junction at Taishet (Irkutsk Oblast), which is located on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Abakan's small airport is serviced by domestic flights to from Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Norilsk, Novosibirsk, Vladivostok, and Kyzyl. Get around See Itineraries Do *Check out the Khakass national holiday "Tum-Payram" (7 days 6 nights) on June, 28th-04 July, 2006 Eat Drink Stay safe Go next wikipedia:Khakassia


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poetry performance

’’. In Altai, this is used mostly for epic poetry performance, to the accompaniment of topshur. Altai narrators ("kai-chi") perform in kargyraa, khöömei and sygyt styles, which are similar to Tuvan. They also have their own style, a very high harmonics, emerging from kargyraa. Variations of kai are called karkyra, sybysky, homei and sygyt. The first well-known kai-chi was Kalkin. - ABA UNAA Abakan Airport Abakan, Khakassia, Russia wikipedia:Khakassia


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" 1970 census ! colspan "2" 1979 census ! colspan "2" 1989 census ! colspan "2" 2002 census ! colspan "2" 2010 census 1 - style "background:#e0e0e0;" ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % - style "text-align:left;" Khakas (Khakas people) 44,219 49.8% 45,799 16.8% 48,512 11.8% 54,750 12.3% 57,281 11.5% 62,859


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Siberia and borders with Krasnoyarsk Krai in the north and east, the Tuva Republic in the southeast and south, the Altai Republic in the south and southwest, and with Kemerovo Oblast in the west and northwest. It stretches for from east to west. Mountains (eastern slopes of Kuznetsk Alatau and the Abakan Range) cover two thirds of the republic's territory and serve as the natural boundaries


drawings stone

about 10% of the population. Khakassia is often called Siberia's Archaeological Mecca for its enormous quantity of important archaeological sites. Khakassia is full of monuments to the cultural history bestowed upon the region by the people who have inhabited and traversed its steppes for 30,000 years. Travelers may take interest in the many kurgans (burial mounds), sacred sites, rock drawings, stone obelisks, ruined cities, ruins of forts (as old as 3,000 years), and near ubiquitous menhirs

Khakassia

The '''Republic of Khakassia''' (

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