Museum of Bread awaits guests of the ancient Bulgarians

May 21, 2012 in Bulgaria (Tatarstan) officially opened the Museum of bread.

"Our history is connected with the bread. We have to remember it, and educating young people, to inculcate in them the most important thing in life — it’s bread, "- said the head of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov, welcoming all those present at the celebration.

State Councillor of the Republic of Tatarstan, thanked all those who took part in the construction of the Museum of bread. Special words of gratitude he expressed to agricultural enterprises, speaking investors construction of the museum. "All year they care, but they still managed to build such a complex," — said Mitimer Shaymiev.

Next, guests toured the facilities of the museum — the gift shop, the miller’s house, the main exhibition, bath, outbuildings.

Bread Museum — is an interactive museum of the history of agriculture and grain production in Tatarstan from ancient times to the 20th century. The complex of buildings was constructed by investors and agricultural enterprises under the guidance of Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Tajikistan for almost 2 years.

The structure of the Museum of bread with a total area of about 5 hectares includes the main exposition, the estate miller, wind and water mills, bakery, blacksmith shop, outdoor display of agricultural machinery, stalls and crafts masters.

Archaeological artifacts, ethnographic items relating to economic activity, documentaries and videos allow you to present the historical path of agricultural development and improvement of tools farmers — from digging stick and hoe Bronze and Iron ages before the plow in the Middle Ages, modern agricultural machinery. Special attention is paid to the exposure age of the Volga Bulgar. Discovered during archaeological excavations in the ancient city of Bulgarian farm implements, plowshares, plowshares and cutters from the plow, gun cleaning and processing of bread tell us about the historical roots of arable farming in the territory of Tatarstan.

 

"Our history is connected with the bread. We have to remember it, and educating young people, to inculcate in them the most important thing in life — it’s bread, "- said the head of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov, welcoming all those present at the celebration.

State Councillor of the Republic of Tatarstan, thanked all those who took part in the construction of the Museum of bread. Special words of gratitude he expressed to agricultural enterprises, speaking investors construction of the museum. "All year they care, but they still managed to build such a complex," — said Mitimer Shaymiev.

Next, guests toured the facilities of the museum — the gift shop, the miller’s house, the main exhibition, bath, outbuildings.

Bread Museum — is an interactive museum of the history of agriculture and grain production in Tatarstan from ancient times to the 20th century. The complex of buildings was constructed by investors and agricultural enterprises under the guidance of Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Tajikistan for almost 2 years.

The structure of the Museum of bread with a total area of about 5 hectares includes the main exposition, the estate miller, wind and water mills, bakery, blacksmith shop, outdoor display of agricultural machinery, stalls and crafts masters.

Archaeological artifacts, ethnographic items relating to economic activity, documentaries and videos allow you to present the historical path of agricultural development and improvement of tools farmers — from digging stick and hoe Bronze and Iron ages before the plow in the Middle Ages, modern agricultural machinery. Special attention is paid to the exposure age of the Volga Bulgar. Discovered during archaeological excavations in the ancient city of Bulgarian farm implements, plowshares, plowshares and cutters from the plow, gun cleaning and processing of bread tell us about the historical roots of arable farming in the territory of Tatarstan.

 

The brightest part of the exhibition dedicated to the work of the farmer, — a holiday Sabantuy.

Continuation of the exhibition dedicated to the hard work of farmers, — featuring daily activities and concerns of rural workers. The interior of the exhibition also reflects the history of agronomic education, development of cropping systems and farming.

Central to this section is a collective image of the hospitable table hospitable home, which with the help of modern technology introduces visitors to the pastry national cuisines of Tatarstan. You can also get recipes for their manufacture.

Ends the interactive exhibit hall, where visitors can experience the hard work of the farmer, to try yourself as a plowman and a tractor on electronic installations "Plowing" and "The Harvest." At a special playground young visitors to the Museum of bread can explore the "bread tree", having been a guest Bun and Kamyr Batyr.

Exposure and are located in other buildings of the museum complex. In the miller’s house renovated interior Tatar house, which is based on the original photographs of the interiors of the Tatar houses the National Museum of the Republic of Tajikistan on specimens preserved household items, home furnishings, clothing, tools, related to the late 19th — early 20th centuries.

Notable complex objects are wind and water mills. The exhibition, located inside the windmill, you can see not only the process of grinding grain, but also learn about the mills that existed in the Spassky district at the turn of 19-20 centuries. Outbuildings — a barn and a barn — complete the story of the processing and storage of the crop.

The bakery exhibits related to the bakery and traditional Tatar tea party — utensils, molds for baking bread, dishes. Here visitors can watch the preparation of baked goods and enjoy hot fragrant bread.

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