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Old Russian chronicle miniature XIII,                  Rurik sends Ascold and Dira from Novgorod to Kiev in year 862 Roerich, “Oversea guests”, 1901     The Novgorod’s burial mounds are the oldest witnesses for the Nordic-Slavic relationships from the VIII – IX centuries located around the lake Ilmen’. These “Pyramids of the North” – resting-places of the first Old Russia’s...

On 22 of September In the framework of The Project on cultural-historical connections and museum cooperation «Common history in the past - for the common future» information touristic visit-center was opened near the mound "Shum-Gora". This mound...

LIVING HISTORY SHOW

“KNYAGYA BRATCHINA”

6-7th of July, 2013

(“Zapolie” village)

Be a part...

Project on cultural-historical connections and museum cooperation
 “Common history in the past - for the common future”
the Round Table

“Northern Rus’ and early city centers in the Baltic Region”
Russian and...