No expense was spared, no. Take a take. Everyone is looking for people



— Too many people. We do not really like it. We thought that there would be more peaceful. What do you like? Singing, dancing, horses.

Second woman:

— What kind of mood spend the winter?

— With a good mood perform. Winter was good. Therefore, in a good mood.

— Winter was good?

— Very good.

— Even with these choices?

— We do not talk about politics. We're talking about nature.

Historian and ethnographer Andrew Zakharenka— Deputy director of the museum. Thanks to him, "Dudutki" bagpipe festivals and art song. He has long lived in the nearby village Ptych. And the history of these places no one knows how.


— The revolution took place here as perhaps nowhere else. Peasants are so rampant that there was not cholera. Historical memory is etched so that … No memory is etched. People are destroyed. And so the area is interesting because here nobody nothing. And the museum is an exception.

Not far from here, the estate of the famous historian and literary critic Alexander Yale. Is one of his legacy is nothing left?

Now there is not even a pebble from svinarnika. Not that from Yale.

I have a feeling that the earth remembers more than people. Here's herbarium Yale. A small tract. The uniqueness of the botanical. Yale written about him, Budinas hatsev do small botanical reserve. It did not work. Why? Local residents began to haul garbage here. Neat sand and pavpustynnaya growth. Absolutely unique. At this latitude in Belarus are not present. Now there are trash.

— And from Yale's nothing left? Neither the structure of the …

— Peasants. They destroyed the estate to Yale pebble. And at this point built svinarnik. Ale built so quickly that in 80 svinarnik he collapsed. Now there is not even a pebble from svinarnika. Not that from Yale. Yale seen only in relief.

Words of Zakharenka kambedavtsav me too vividly illustrated the only local resident of the village, poultry, baba Fenya. She was born in 1924. And remembers the days of the first collective farms.


— You do not remember how collectivization was done?

— 29th year? I remember. My father died early. In the old days it was hard to live with. The mother was left with four children. Grieved. The horse was. Will plow, reeling back and forth. Well, thank God, the 29th year! The collective farms. So we sang, danced so! What this collective organized. And our nurse will not be walking around with a plow. We have given a horse, a cart and we paaddavali, plows. Began to sing, to dance, it came collectivization.

— After the collectivization of life has become worse or better?

After collectivization was better. There is no horse, no nothing.

— After collectivization was better. There is no horse, no nothing.

— Fists were exiled?

— Who had the beautiful house, who had two milch had a horse, then left around the houses. And these people somewhere exiled.

— People sympathized with them? It's a pity they were? Yet their neighbors.

— It's nothing. One cold blood. It is necessary it should be. As the saying goes, what kind of power, and such a suit. No expense was spared, no. Take a take. Everyone is looking for people. They took the richest and who is beautiful home.

But back to the cold of the past in our fun today. I was very surprised a few times that I did not understand. They did not understand the simplest of Belarusian words. It turned out to our foreign guests. That's funny aunt dve bounce to the beat of the song.


— Do you like or dislike?

— Do not like it. And what do you ask? What is it in Russian?

— Are you from Russia!

— Of course. From Tula. Tula dolls.

— I like everything. The songs especially. They sing well. As to her grandmother in the village came. Buy more souvenirs and be happy.

— We envy.

— Why?

— Life in Belarus than in Russia. You have prices below. So, to live better.

But the two young courageous stand in line for cheese.

— Here, compared with our edges heat.

— And your region — what's that?

— We are from the city of Tver.

— What brought you here?

— Skiing! Ha-ha-ha!

— See how you live here. Show themselves.

Belarus is a dictatorship? The roads are good! It's great.

— I love it here. Cool. I would stay here to live.

— We have no such.

— A dictatorship?

— Belarus is a dictatorship? The roads are good! It's great.

Andrey Zakharenko says that guests from the east — is both joy and pain Dudutok.

— I've seen a lot of Russians.

— They really are always very much. If the Russian holidays, there are thousands of Russians. Second year went to a wave of Russians that we are afraid we will service them all. They have a very different behavior than we do.

— In what ways?

— For example, if you say "do not take pictures with sparkles", they will shine. "Did you see the ad?" — "Saw. So what? "At this" so what "nothing you can say. Belarusian do not say never. He says "I'm sorry" or "why not?" And this — "so what." Prohibitions for them there. Another thing that I often hear from the Russians, not from those that came to drink vodka … They came up and thanked. "We saw the Slavic culture in its purity. In Russia such purity is left. " When they hear the whiteRussian language historians, ethnographers, they are especially suited for you — but you can a little more in Belarusian talk? Pleasure. The physical sense of the pre-Christian antiquity.

The newly built church in Dudutki. That's just the trouble — gardeners she did not really go there. And the villagers far. Eugene Babok— One of the few local peasant women, who sometimes look at the service here. She lives in a neighboring Dudic. And remember that, where now there is a feast, once inhabited by Catholics. Hamlet called Galimshchyna.


— Once upon a time there lived Poles. Galimsky. So they paraskulachvali, pavysylali.

— At the spot where now stands the museum.

— Where is stable. Poles lived. Galimsky. Perhaps three or four hosts. Dispossessed because they knew how to live. A house taken away and given part
seytsam. The Communists took.

— People were saying something? Or afraid to even talk about?

— Who said? Here we have lived on this street, two girls. They were one and a half years. But the father did elder in the church. By night, a black funnel, and drove in Kurapaty shot. No no interrogation, no shmosu. And there were Galimsky. Kurapaty.

Most of all I love it when the old peasant woman give me a pearl of folk humor. Jokes, which reveals the true attitude to the Soviet system. Gave me such a joke and the woman Eugene.

— Once said: "In the farm to live well, one does, is seven." And now all in the heads.

— This joke went under Stalin?

— I went, and no one was afraid. I do not blame Stalin. All made godlessness. In order not to have broken the church, people would have so many people had not been beaten.

Not long ago abandoned Catholic cemetery Dudic, where in Soviet times excavators scraped sand and gravel, and placed a memorial cross was dedicated on the restored tomb of Alexander Yale. So, all is not destroyed Kombed era. However, and that car cavalcade capital is also not good. After all, people want to Belarusian spring …



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