During the excavations in the basement of the historic buildings in the center of Tashkent was discovered valuables that had lost 80 years ago
Scientists at the National University of Uzbekistan managed to find artifacts from the collection of 1918 the Tashkent Palace of Prince Romanov and items that belonged to victims of Stalinist repression, major-General of the Russian army to Jurabek and immigrants from Europe and St. Petersburg, reports “Know.sa”.
These treasures were found near a secret room hidden beneath the cellar. In the photo, which publishes the website depicted such things as the Austrian microscope made of gold of the XIX century, various coins, gold bars for eight pounds, trimmed in gold books of XVIII-XIX centuries from the Imperial Palace and four rare books on the birds of America in the amount of approximately 150 thousand dollars.
To have found documents from the time of the Uzbek khanate and ancient manuscripts thinkers. According to archaeologists, the value of the found treasure can exceed $ 1 million. Values were taken under state protection.
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It is known that the valuables were delivered to Central Asia on the initiative of the Russian and Soviet scientist Nikolai Dimo, which is one of the founders of the Central Asian University (national University of Uzbekistan). Earlier in the Chelyabinsk region of Russia after half a century, suddenly surfaced Iosif Vissarionovich Stalin. This was stated by the representative of the activists Stanislav Stafeev.
So, during the repair of the dam at the pond of the city of Kusa, Chelyabinsk region was found destroyed a four-foot monument to Joseph Stalin. It drew activists of the movement “Essence of time”, they plan to restore the monument.
“From the pond is not raised all the fragments,” said Stafeev, adding that in the pond of the city remained the right hand of the monument of the leader… Consider the option to agree on lowering the water level in the pond at 1-1. 5 m, then exposing just the part of the bottom where they can lie fragments”, — the interlocutor told.
We will remind, a unique discovery off the coast of the Black sea: the scientists didn’t even know existed.
As reported Politeka, Nakhodka on the sea of Azov led to a fright, Conjures up bad thoughts.
Politeka also wrote that Stalin gave the order: the Russian priests struck a new low, the asylum rests.