Days of Moscow in Dagestan starts with flowers laying ceremony at monuments to Soldier-Liberator and Rasul Gamzatov in Makhachkala
Makhachkala, October 8, 2015. The Days of Moscow in Dagestan are held October 8-9 within the framework of the agreement on cooperation between the Republic of Dagestan and the Government of Moscow. The official delegation of the Moscow government, led by the head of Department of Culture of Alexander Kibovsky arrived in Dagestan yesterday October 7. The festive events started with the flowers laying ceremony at the monuments to the Soldier-Liberator and the national poet of Dagestan Rasul Gamzatov in Makhachkala, the Ministry of Culture RD informs.
The first deputy Prime Minister Anatoly Dagestan Karibov, the Minister for National Policy RD Tatiana Gamaley, the first deputy Minister of Culture RD Muslim Telyakavov, the chairman of the Union of Writers RD Magomed Akhmedov and many others took part in the ceremony.
Then, the delegation of Muscovites went to a meeting with the leadership of the Republic of Dagestan. Today the guests have also visited the historical places and landmarks in Makhachkala; Dagestan Museum of Fine Arts named after P. Gamzatov and the Theater of poetry "From Pushkin to Gamzatov and ...".
The Russian Drama Theatre organized an open photo exhibition "Moscow festive" and a creative meeting with the People's Artist of Russia Lyudmila Ryumina. The festivities will end with a gala concert with the participation of artists from Moscow and creative teams of the Republic of Dagestan.
Tomorrow, October 9, the gusts intend to visit Derbent, to hold thematic round tables "Mechanisms of protection of cultural heritage", "Exchange of experience in organizing major events in Moscow and Dagestan", "Presentation of tourist opportunities in Moscow and Dagestan "," Moscow and Dagestan: Interethnic cooperation in the construction of the Russian civilization and national security".
The guests will visit the main sights of Derbent; the fortress of Naryn-Kala and the museum complex "House of Peter the Great».