Siberian archeologists will try to complete the history of ancient capital of Kirghiz principality
The scientists from Russia and Kyrgyzstan started archeological dig at the south part of Issyk Kul Lake. The scientists started their works there in order to find some evidence of existing the ancient capital of Kirghiz principality. The works will last for a month and the scientists are planning to dig some cultural layers at a depth of 15 meters. “We want to find the evidence that near the village Tuura-Suu existed the ancient Kirghiz principality and we are pretty sure in it because there are some written sources which prove it. Archeological dig will help us to understand how people live back there what they did, what kind of handcrafts they had and plus during the digs we are hoping to do some discoveries which will help us to add some new information to already existing one.”, says the candidate of historical sciences Boris Konikov in his interview to MKR-Media. Many specialists from different universities and other organizations are taking part in this archeological dig and after their work the scientists will find over three thousand artifacts. All the materials which will be found after will be sent to Bishkek for systematization and detailed examination. The archeological dig in Kyrgyzstan was opened again three years ago when on August 24 of 2012 Interstate Corporation of Development and Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography signed the agreement about that.
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AIMS ambassador in Russian and CIS countries will evaluate the preparation of First Yerevan half marathon
The head of International press-center MKR-Media Inna Chernoblavskaya will be a part of the commission which will go to the capital of Armenia in order to approve officially the rout of Yerevan half marathon. This half marathon will be for the first time and supported by the city hall of Yerevan. The rout will go through historic city center and along the river Razdan. In the programme of the half marathon are the classical distance of 21,1 kilometers, 10 and 2,1 kilometers also the kids distance. “There are no doubts that Armenia has all rights to have its one running trend which show this beautiful country with reach history from sport side. The capital of Armenia has a potential to create a big sport event which will get together running lovers from different countries and I hope this marathon will become a new tradition and thanks to that the number of AIMS member will grow. It is expected that in first Yerevan half marathon about two thousand people will take part”, says Inna Chernoblavskaya. The broadcast will be provided by International press-center MKR-Media which works with more than 300 main mass media from Russia, Armenia, Belorussia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. The first Yerevan half marathon will be on October 4, 2015.
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