More than 250 items, taken from the Crimean Ethnographic Museum, are exhibited at the inter-regional exhibition "Peoples of Crimea" in the excursion and exhibition center "People's House" of the State Museum-Reserve named after M.A. Sholokhov in Rostov Region of Russia, the source informed, citing the press service of the Crimean Ministry of Culture.
“According to the organizers, the display includes four sections: The national composition of the Crimea according to censuses of the population of 1897, 1926, 1939, 2001, 2014; Traditional culture of the old-timer population of the Crimea, ie. population formed on the territory of the peninsula and having a centuries-old history (Crimean Tatars, Karaites, Krymchaks, Gypsies, Greeks, Armenians); The traditional culture of the peoples who moved to the Crimea after the Crimea joined Russia in 1783; Dish cloth as a source of traditional culture and intercultural interaction of the peoples of the Crimea," the report said.
The exhibition runs till May 28.
Earlier, March 24 the first resolution in the history of the UN Security Council was adopted on the protection of cultural heritage in situations of armed conflict, which implies an increase in the effectiveness of international efforts to combat the destruction and smuggling of cultural property in situations of an armed conflict.