Record of Magas: ethnic Museum in the Tower of consent was the highest in the world
The Museum opened on 20 April, the day of the festivities 1076-th anniversary of the ancient Ingush Magas and the 25th anniversary is revived.
April 21, 2019 13:00
The ethnographic Museum is on the area of Alanya in the Tower of Consent, a height of 99.97 meters. Thus he became the world’s tallest ethnographic Museum, reports “Interfax” with reference to the representative of the international Agency registration records “Interrecord”.
The Museum’s first floor – study, with the paintings in chronological order of the historical development of Ingushetia. On the second floor is the meeting Room of the Council of elders of clans, the fourth and the third recreated the conditions of the daily life of the medieval Ingush. On the fifth floor is an observation deck, according to the mayor of Magas, one of the highest in the North Caucasus.
15 APR 2019 marked the 1076 years of Magas of the Ingush as an ancient town and 25 years as a modern. Due to the fact that the city’s birthday fell on a working day, the celebration is held on Saturday, April 20.
Modern Magas was founded in 1994 on the site of the destroyed in 1239 capital.
26 December 2000 Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the Federal law “On appropriation of the capital of the Republic of Ingushetia names — Magas”. Exactly December 26, Magas became the capital of Ingushetia, replacing in this capacity, Nazran.