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Skopin Ceramics
Among the centres of folk handicraft of pottery, unique is the phenomenon of decorative ceramics of Skopin town of the Ryazan Region. The craft owes its appearance to clays lying in great quantities in the environs of the town of Skopin. Ceramic dishware in the area, where Skopin was founded later, had been made as far back as in the Kievan Rus epoch. Ryzan lands rich in traditions of various folk arts and crafts became the cradle of pottery ware and modeled clay whistles.
--28-08-2011--


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"Malina Gastronomic Festival" will be Held in the Ryazan Region
The gourmet raspberry festival is held in the Ryazan region annually and has won popularity among the regions residents and tourists.
--05-07-2019--
Sergey Bezrukov Declaims Against Building-Up of Sergey Yesenin Memorial Estate
Defenders of the Sergey Yesenin memorial estate in the Ryazan Region have addressed a letter to the Presidential Administration.
--10-12-2014--
Two Adult Men Saved by Schoolboy in Ryazan
13-year-old Sergey Smorchkov has saved two people from drowning in icy water in the Pitelino District.
--03-12-2014--
Remains of Biggest Sea Pangolin of Jurassic Period Found in Russia
Unknown species of Pliosaur - the largest marine reptile of the Jurassic Period - has been found in the Ryazan Region.
--30-09-2014--
Prosecutor Generals Office Asked to Check Legality of Construction in Esenin Estate
All-Russia Peoples Front has asked the Prosecutor Generals Office to check the legality of construction work in Sergei Yesenin Memorial Estate in the Ryazan Region.
--14-03-2014--
Memorial Tree Appears in Ryazan Region
A poplar in the Settlement of Konstantinovo (Ryazan Region) has acquired the status of Wildlife Monument Tree. It is the poplar that was planted by the outstanding Russian poet Sergey Yesenin by the house of his parents in the Konstantinovo Settlement.
--22-04-2013--
Archeology Monument Destroyed in Ryazan Region
A civil engineering firm has dug out an open-cast mine near Dubrovichi Village (Ryazan Region) on the place of an archaeological monument and thus destroyed about 400 square meters of Dubrovichesky site of an ancient settlement.
--03-01-2012--





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