Udmurtia

What is Udmurtia known for?


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Astuvansalmi rock paintings While shamanism had a strong tradition in Europe before the rise of monotheism, shamanism remains a traditional, organized religion in northern Eurasia, including Mari-El and Udmurtia, two semi-autonomous provinces of Russia with large minority populations. Shamanism in Scandinavia may be represented in rock art dating to the Neolithic era Bolin 2000: 157 and was practiced throughout the Iron Age by the various Germanic peoples Teutonic


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skier on distances shorter than 10 km in the early 1970s. Kulakova trained at Trud Voluntary Sports Society (Voluntary Sports Societies of the USSR). She won four Olympic (Olympic Games) golds, two individual in 1972 (1972 Winter Olympics) and two relay golds in 1972 (1972 Winter Olympics) and 1976 (1976 Winter Olympics). He was the most successful athlete at the 1972 Winter Olympics, along with Ard Schenk of the Netherlands. Competing in the FIS Nordic World Ski

the official situations in which the anthem must, or may, be played, and the order in which the anthem is played with respect to the National Anthem of Russia or those of other countries. '''Rudolf Povarnitsyn''' ( ) (born June 13, 1962 in Votkinsk, Udmurtia) is a retired athlete who represented USSR and later Ukraine. Competing in the high jump, his greatest achievement was a bronze medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics for the USSR. His personal


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interest to anyone interested in paganism—Udmurtia is one of Europe's last remaining strongholds of organized shamanism, despite its active repression under the Tsarist and Soviet governments. Travelers interested in Udmurtia's native religion should try to seek out a recent Udmurt film, "Shadow of Alangasar." Shamanist structures and sites persist to this day in isolated villages throughout the region. Perhaps top on anyone's list of things to do in Udmurtia is to see the Udmurt national folk theater and dance company Italmas. Talk The Udmurt (Udmurt phrasebook) language shares official status with Russian (Russian phrasebook), but you can expect that anyone you meet will be at least bilingual in Russian. Udmurt is a Finno-Ugric language closely related to Komi (Komi Republic). Get in Flights arrive in Izhevsk from Moscow, Saint Petersburg, and Yekaterinburg. The flight from Moscow takes about 2 hours. Trains run to Izhevsk from Moscow (daily, 18 hours), Saint Petersburg (~31 hours), Yekaterinburg (11 hours), Kazan (6 hours), and Perm (10 hours). Glazov is a stop on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Get around See Itineraries Do Udmurtia would make an interesting destination (to say the least) for hunting, fishing, horseback riding, and hiking. Eat There are a few restaurants in Izhevsk where you can sample Udmurt cuisine, but outside of those, it should not be too hard to find some Udmurt pies (perepechi). Drink Try the Udmurt national drink, Kumiska. Stay safe Go next The next stops on the Trans-Siberian Railway are Zuevka, Kirov Oblast to the west and Perm to the east. commons:category:Udmurtia wikipedia:Udmurtia


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interest to anyone interested in paganism—Udmurtia is one of Europe's last remaining strongholds of organized shamanism, despite its active repression under the Tsarist and Soviet governments. Travelers interested in Udmurtia's native religion should try to seek out a recent Udmurt film, "Shadow of Alangasar." Shamanist structures and sites persist to this day in isolated villages throughout the region. Perhaps top on anyone's list of things to do in Udmurtia is to see the Udmurt national folk theater and dance company Italmas. Talk The Udmurt (Udmurt phrasebook) language shares official status with Russian (Russian phrasebook), but you can expect that anyone you meet will be at least bilingual in Russian. Udmurt is a Finno-Ugric language closely related to Komi (Komi Republic). Get in Flights arrive in Izhevsk from Moscow, Saint Petersburg, and Yekaterinburg. The flight from Moscow takes about 2 hours. Trains run to Izhevsk from Moscow (daily, 18 hours), Saint Petersburg (~31 hours), Yekaterinburg (11 hours), Kazan (6 hours), and Perm (10 hours). Glazov is a stop on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Get around See Itineraries Do Udmurtia would make an interesting destination (to say the least) for hunting, fishing, horseback riding, and hiking. Eat There are a few restaurants in Izhevsk where you can sample Udmurt cuisine, but outside of those, it should not be too hard to find some Udmurt pies (perepechi). Drink Try the Udmurt national drink, Kumiska. Stay safe Go next The next stops on the Trans-Siberian Railway are Zuevka, Kirov Oblast to the west and Perm to the east. commons:category:Udmurtia wikipedia:Udmurtia


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, and could not declare an ethnicity. It is estimated that the proportion of ethnicities in this group is the same as that of the declared group. http: www.perepis-2010.ru news detail.php?ID 6936 Over two thirds of the world population of Udmurts live in the republic.

Komi (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–Mansi Autonomous Okrug of Russia, while Komi-Permyaks live in Komi-Permyak Okrug, which formerly was an autonomous okrug of Russia, but today is a territory with special status within


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, was 18 years her husband's junior and of French (French people) ancestry on her father's side. Poznansky, ''Eyes'', 1; Holden, 5. Both of Tchaikovsky's parents were trained in the arts, including music. This was considered a necessity as a posting to a remote area of Russia was always possible, bringing with it a need for entertainment, both private and at social gatherings. Wiley, ''Tchaikovsky'', 6. commons:category:Udmurtia wikipedia:Udmurtia


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of Russia (a republic (Republic of Russia)). The largest ethnic group in the area are the Udmurts (Udmurt people), who have vibrant folk song traditions. Musical contests as well as ceremonial and ritual music are an important part of the '''music of Udmurtia'''. Every year since 1958 the capital Izhevsk has been hosting a traditional musical festival dedicated to the birthday of Tchaikovsky. '''Alexander Alexandrovich Volkov''' (Udmurt (Udmurt language) and


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Perm Krai. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky was born in Votkinsk, a small town in present-day Udmurtia, a former province of Vyatka (Kirov Oblast) in the Russian Empire. His family had a long line of military service. His father, Ilya Petrovich Tchaikovsky, was an engineer of Ukrainian (Ukrainians) descent who served as a lieutenant colonel in the Department of Mines Holden, 4. and manager of the Kamsko-Votkinsk (Votkinsk) Ironworks. His

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