A unique Tatar estate is to be erected in the “Ludorvay” ethno-architectural reserve museum in Udmurtia.
As the “Tatar-inform” IA reports today, the concept of the museum is ready, its construction has been started.
In the nearest time, exhibit items will start to be collected for the “Ludorvay” museum. A fire tower from the Tatar village of Biktesh, which is located 150 km from Izhevsk, will be installed in the museum. There will be an observation platform on top of it.
Visitors will also see a draw well and a mosque. All the items to be installed in “Ludorvay” are original, some of them need restoration.
The museum visitors will get acquainted with living conditions and household of Chepets and Izhevsk Tatars. The exact data of the museum’s opening is not called yet.