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Mordovia

Studies'' and the ''Museum of Mordvinian Culture'' in Saransk. The ''National Library of the Republic of Mordovia'' is the largest library in the republic. The ''State Puppet Theater'' of the Republic of Mordovia, located in Saransk, is well known in Russia. Most of the plays played in this theater are Russian fairy-tales. Erzya literature experienced a renaissance in the 1920s and 1930s. House and Museum of F. Sychkov (Fedot Sychkov) was opened March 11, 1970 at Kochelaevo, Kovylkinsky District after a reconstruction. Mordovian cuisine is widespread in the country Education and sport The most important facilities of higher education include Mordovian State University and Mordovian State Pedagogical Institute in Saransk. Mordovia, along with neighbour Chuvashia and Penza Oblast, has given some of the best modern racewalking athletes, both women (Olga Kaniskina, Anisya Kirdyapkina, Elena Lashmanova, Olena Shumkina, Irina Stankina) or men (Sergey Bakulin, Valeriy Borchin, Stanislav Emelyanov, Vladimir Kanaykin, Sergey Kirdyapkin, Sergey Morozov (Sergey Morozov (athlete)), Denis Nizhegorodov, Roman Rasskazov), apart from Alexei Nemov (see more in the article History of Mordovian sport). Language The Mordvinic languages, commons:category:Mordovia wikipedia:Mordovia


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