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Legal protect for the sacred objects of Tyva shamans
18.12.2009 17:43
Legal protect for the sacred objects of Tyva shamans

A law protecting sacred objects of Tyva Republic from the illegal use different type is to be passed in the republic.
      The particularity of the region is that there are many such objects there. The peoples, living in this republic, profess mainly ancient shaman cults (and Buddhism), the objects of which are mountains, springs, forests, grooves and the whole landscapes, where the worship is conducted. A place pretending to be a sacred one needs to pass historical-cultural expert operation.
      Republic of Tyva is a region with wide possibilities for heritage tourism, and much of them are being put into practice. This magic land is famous for its unique nature reserves, traditional festivals and customs (wrestling, throat-singing, etc.) and a mixture of Buddhist and shamanist beliefs of its people.
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