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Why did the participants of the World Youth Festival fall in love with a matryoshka doll? – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Date: April 21, 2024 Time: 20:55:49

Thus, students from the Kazan Energy College and the Kazan College of Folk Arts created a five-meter copy of the Syuyumbike tower. “Why did you decide to show Syuyumbike to your peers around the world? Because it symbolizes the history, culture and greatness of the region,” said the guys from the Republic of Tatarstan.

The art object contains a QR code that leads to a video that talks about the tower.

On the main square of the Olympic Park, visitors are also greeted by the Moscow Kremlin, the sacred poplar of Kalmykia, the Rachmaninov estate museum in the Tambov region… In total, 32 art objects are installed in the “Russia in miniature” exhibition. The Donbass regions also showed their attractions.

From the DPR, the art object “Glory to the Miners’ Work”, a full-length sculpture of a miner holding a lump of coal in his outstretched right hand. At the bottom is the symbol of Donetsk, the roses.

“Among the residents of Donbass there are different versions of the story about the creation of this monument. The most popular is that it was made on the example of a 40-centimeter statuette that was planned to be given to Nikita Khrushchev on His 70th birthday. Nobody knows why this did not happen, but the monument became the symbol of the republic, and here in Sirius, against the backdrop of the majestic mountains, it looks especially epic,” said guide Maria Kuznetsova.

But the real queen of selfies on the first day of the World Youth Festival was the Russian doll.

According to the Chinese students we met at the Olympic Park, they fell in love with the nesting doll because it is “as kind as Russian girls.”

Matryoshka fans study in St. Petersburg, call all Russians brothers and sisters, and came to the festival to make new friends and improve their knowledge of Russia. So, student Likuing Ki would like to learn more about Russian culture, about the Russian language, which she fell in love with thanks to “Blue Lights” – this program is popular in China.

Key would like to teach Russian in his homeland.

Another festival participant, Indian teacher Sushma Kumari, also loves the Russian language. “It’s as beautiful as ancient Sanskrit,” says the girl. She is also categorical in her choice of miniatures: “Matryoshka! Of course! This is a symbol of Russia.”

The “Russia in Miniature” project will be available throughout the seven days of the festival. And then young people will disperse across the regions of our country, where they will be able to see the symbols of Russia “in real size.”

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