Mordovia

What is Mordovia known for?


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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


population live

Samara , Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Chuvashia (Chuvashia Republic), Bashkortostan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia and USA. * the '''Moksha people (Mokshas)''' or '''Mokshans''', (Moksha (Moksha language): Мокшет ''Mokshet''), speakers of the Moksha language. Less than half of the Moksha population live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), in the basin of the Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia, Estonia, Australia and USA. * the '''Erzya people''' or '''Erzyans''', (Erzya (Erzya language): Эрзят ''Erzyat''), speakers of the Erzya language. Less than half of the Erzyans live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), Sura River and Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Chuvashia (Chuvashia Republic), Bashkortostan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia and USA. * the '''Moksha people (Mokshas)''' or '''Mokshans''', (Moksha (Moksha language): Мокшет ''Mokshet''), speakers of the Moksha language. Less than half of the Moksha population live in the autonomous republic of Mordovia, Russian Federation (Russia), in the basin of the Volga River. The rest are scattered over the Russian oblasts of Samara (Samara Oblast), Penza (Penza Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), as well as Tatarstan, Siberia, Far East, Armenia, Estonia, Australia and USA. *the Shoksha or Tengushev Mordvins constitute a transitional group between the Erzya and Moksha people and live in the southern part of Republic of Mordovia, in the Tengushevsk and Torbeevsk region. The Mordvinic languages comprise of the Erzya (Erzya language) and Moksha (Moksha language) languages, with about 500,000 native speakers each. Both are official languages of Mordovia alongside Russian (Russian language). Mordvinic is closely related to the now extinct Meshcherian (Meshcherian language) and Muromian (Muromian language) languages. According to estimates of Tartu University made in late 1970s, commons:category:Mordovia wikipedia:Mordovia


century fact

era . Finno-Ugric (Finno-Ugric peoples) Mordvins are mentioned in written sources in 6th century . Later, Mordvins were under the influence of both Volga Bulgaria and Kievan Rus. Mordvin princes sometimes raided Muroma and Volga Bulgaria, and often despoiled each other's holdings. Mongol rule The Mongols conquered vast areas of Eastern Europe in the 13th century. They established the khanate of the Golden Horde (Golden Horde) in 1241


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languages speakers live in the Republic of Mordovia. During the Soviet period, school textbooks were published in each language. Barbara A. Anderson and Brian D. Silver, "Equality, Efficiency, and Politics in Soviet Bilingual Education Policy, 1934-1980," ''American Political Science Review'' 78 (December 1984): 1019-1039. According to the 2010 Census (Russian Census (2010)), Russians make up 53.4% of the republic's

and the Kola Peninsula in Northwest Russia and is known as Sápmi (Sápmi (area)). Some other Finno-Ugric peoples have autonomous republics in Russia: Karelians (Republic of Karelia), Komi (Komi peoples) (Komi Republic), Udmurts (Udmurt Republic (Udmurtia)), Mari (Mari people) (Mari El Republic (Mari El)), and Mordvins (Moksha (Moksha people) and Erzya (Erzya people); Republic of Mordovia (Mordovia)). Khanty and Mansi (Mansi people) peoples live in the Khanty


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guitar solo

Point" for Estonian National Opera House during 2000 -2002. This ballet is choreographed by Russell Adamson, a native Jamaican who resides in Helsinki. Ryo also released his third acoustic guitar solo album 'E' in 2002. From year 2000, Kawasaki has further expanded his live appearances into Russia and Baltic region Jazz Festivals. His quartet has appeared at Rigas Ritmi Jazz Festival in Riga Latvia, Pori and other jazz festivals in Finland, Ukraine


religious books

of shamanist features were preserved as parts of local culture though the population became nominally Christian. Translations of literature to Mordvin languages were mostly religious books. In the 18th century, the Latin alphabet was used in writing Mordvin, but from the mid-19th century, Cyrillic was used. Part of the Soviet Union During the Russian revolution (Russian Revolution of 1917) and civil war (Russian civil war), Mordovia was held mostly by opponents of Bolsheviks. When the Bolsheviks prevailed in the war, Mordovia became a part of the Russian SFSR. In 1925, the Soviet government founded autonomous districts and village councils in the area of the Mordvins. During the Soviet era, two written languages were developed, one based on the Erzya dialect in 1922 and one on the Moksha dialect in 1923, both using Cyrillic script. The Mordovian Okrug was founded on July 16, 1928, and it was elevated to the status of an autonomous oblast (Mordovian Autonomous Oblast) on January 10, 1930. The autonomous oblast was transformed into the Mordovian Autonomous Socialist Soviet Republic on December 20, 1934. ''Republic of Mordovia. Administrative-Territorial Division'', p. 4 Part of the Russian Federation When the Soviet Union disintegrated, the Mordovian ASSR proclaimed itself the Republic of Mordovia in 1990, and remained a part of the Russian Federation. The Republic of Mordovia in its present form has existed since January 25, 1994. Politics thumb right 200px Seat of the Government, completed in 1986 (File:White House (Saransk).jpg) The supreme law is the Constitution of the Republic of Mordovia. In a "wave" of sovereignty common among other former Russian autonomous republics, Mordovia established a presidency in 1991 In that same year, Vasilly Guslyannikov, a physicist by training, was elected in the general election. Guslyannikov had previously been a senior researcher at the Institute of Power Electronics and was the leader of the republican branch of the Democratic Russia political movement (Political parties in Russia). In 1993, the Supreme Council of Mordovia abolished the post of president, on the basis of what Guslyannikov was removed from his post. Guslyannikov appealed the action of the supreme legislative body of the republic in the Russian Constitutional Court, however, the Constitutional Court declared their conformity with the Constitution of Russia. The head of the government in the Republic of Mordovia is the Head of the Republic (Head of the Republic of Mordovia). The office is currently held by the long-time Prime Minister, Vladimir Volkov (Vladimir Volkov (politician)) who was sworn in on May 14, 2012. His predecessor was Nikolay Merkushkin who held the office from 1995 to 2012. The State Assembly (State Assembly of the Republic of Mordovia) is the legislature of the republic. Economy The most developed industries are machine building, chemical, woodworking, and food industries. Most of the industrial enterprises are located in the capital Saransk, as well as in the towns of Kovylkino and Ruzayevka, and in the urban-type settlements of Chamzinka (Chamzinka, Republic of Mordovia) and Komsomolsky (Komsomolsky, Republic of Mordovia). Demographics '''Population''': commons:category:Mordovia wikipedia:Mordovia


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historical influence

and the area around Russia's Ryazan Oblast and Republic of Mordovia (Mordovia) in Eastern Europe. One subclade of Haplogroup I-M436, namely I-M284, has been found almost exclusively among the population of Great Britain, which has been taken to suggest that the clade may have a very long history in that island. It is notable, however, that the distributions of Haplogroup I-M253 and Haplogroup I-M436 seem to correlate fairly well with the extent of historical influence of Germanic peoples


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Mordovia

The '''Republic of Mordovia''' ( Ethnic Mordvins and Russians account for the majority of the population.

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