From August 11, the National Museum of the Republic of Tatarstan will open the exhibition project “the Volga Bulgaria. Great heritage.” The exhibits were brought from the three leading museums of the country – the State Hermitage Museum, the Russian Museum of Ethnography and the State Historical Museum.
The exhibition will show samples of gold embroidery, leather mosaics, jewelry and unique costumes of the 19th century from the collection of the Russian Ethnographic Museum. Also at the exhibition, the audience will be presented with archaeological artifacts of the 10th-13th centuries, ethnographic monuments of the 19th-early 20th centuries, and works by contemporary artist Azat Minnekaev.
The exhibition dedicated to the 1100th anniversary of the adoption of Islam by the Volga Bulgaria will be open until September 4. The exposition can be visited using the Pushkin Map, the press service of the National Museum of the Republic of Tatarstan reported.