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National History Museum releases virtual project

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National History Museum has presented a virtual project "Hour of Scientific Adventures".

The project highlights the importance of extensive museum traditions and provides interesting leisure activities for everyone.

The first part of the project was dedicated to the Victory of Azerbaijan in the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh war and Karabakh's rich cultural heritage.

The project was attended by history teachers and students from schools in Zangilan, Ismayilli, Sabunchu, Fuzuli, Surakhan, Oguz, Astara and Khachmaz regions.

As part of the project, the head of the museum's Science and Education Department Farida Shamsi said that the year 2020 has forever entered the history of Azerbaijan as the year of the Great Victory.

She emphasized that, headed by the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev, National Army liberated Azerbaijan's territories, which had been under enemy occupation for nearly 30 years.

"Karabakh has a rich cultural and archaeological heritage. National History Museum keeps many exhibits related to this beautiful land, some of which are on display at the museum," she told Trend Life.

The virtual project also highlighted the archaeological sites of Karabakh. The initiative came from Ganira Gafarli, who works in the museum's Science and Education Department.

Furthermore, the head of the museum's Department for Scientific Archeological Fund, Ph.D. in history, Nasir Guluzadeh made a presentation on "Ancient materials and cultural heritage of Karabakh in the field of museum archeology".

"The National History Museum has always attached great importance to the stud, protection and promotion of the country's material and cultural heritage, including the archaeological heritage of Karabakh," Guluzade said.

The lecture was dedicated to the results of the archaeological research carried out by the museum in Karabakh.

The lecture provided insight monuments of the Stone Age such as Azikh, Taglar and Ismayilbeytepe.

The report also covered information archeological findings discovered in Karabakh and summarizes the issues of protection, restoration and display of these finds in the museum.

National Museum of History is one of the architectural pearls of the country, dating back to the 19th century.

The largest museum in the country was originally the private residence of Haji Zeynalabdin Taghiyev, who was the famous national oil baron remembered for his generous philanthropy.

Over 300,000 items are assembled in 10 collections in the museum, including a valuable library consisting mainly of unique books.

There are several departments in the museum: Modern history, Ethnography department, Department of ancient and medieval history, Scientific excursion department, Laboratory for museum restoration, Fund of Numismatics, etc.

The museum's collections provide insight into the history of Azerbaijan from past to present.

House museum of Azerbaijan’s philanthropist, oil baron Haji Zeynalabdin Tagiyev was re-opened on June 17 after restoration and reconstruction work.

The museum’s opening was in line with the 100th anniversary of the National History Museum of Azerbaijan.

Additionally, the museum displayed new exhibits, stored in its fund, including paintings, documents, photographs, orders and books.

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Azerbaijan discloses main principles of vaccination against COVID-19

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The main principles of vaccination against COVID-19 have been announced in Azerbaijan, Teymur Musayev, head of the department of the Azerbaijani Ministry of Health said, Trend reports on Jan. 17.

“Among them are the principles of voluntariness, safety, transparency, phasing, justice, responsibility, cooperation,” head of the department added.

“At the initial stage, medical workers, people older 65, representatives of law enforcement agencies involved in anti-epidemic activity will be vaccinated,” Musayev said.

"Those who are at high risk from a medical point of view; people with chronic diseases of the respiratory system; those undergoing hemodialysis procedure; those having diabetes, obesity; people with at least one chronic disease aged 50 and older; people working in the education sector and social sphere; people permanently living in social institutions; employees having direct contact with the population working in ASAN and DOST service centers, the public transport sector, the banking sector, the telecommunications sector, as well as people working in high-risk conditions (ensuring national and regional security, etc.) will be also vaccinated," Musayev said.

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Turkic peoples to revive liberated Azerbaijani lands in spiritual and cultural field – TURKSOY Sec-Gen

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It is difficult to convey the feeling when one sees how the civilization, created by the Azerbaijani people over the centuries, died here as result of Armenian occupation, Secretary General of TURKSOY Dusen Kaseinov, who is in Azerbaijan’s Aghdam city as part of the delegation of TURKSOY and the Turkic Council, told Trend on Jan. 17.

“Passing by the fertile lands, I thought that just as after a drought these fertile lands await rain, so this land awaits its poems, its architectural structures that have been created here for centuries,” Kaseinov added. “Having united, we, all Turkic peoples, will give these lands a new life, we will revive these lands spiritually and culturally on an economic and financial basis. We must all do this together."

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Joint exercises of the Azerbaijani and Turkish armies to be held

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Servicemen of the Combined Arms Army will also take part in the Winter Exercises-2021 to be held in the Kars city of the fraternal Turkish Republic. The ceremony for departing the military personnel and military vehicle involved in the exercises to the place of the exercises was held, Azerbaijani Defense Ministry told Trend.

After the performance of the National Anthem, speaking at the departing ceremony, Major General Fazil Agalarov spoke about the developing Azerbaijani-Turkish military-technical cooperation, the importance of the joint military exercises held annually in Nakhchivan and Kars, the glorious victory of our Victorious Army in the Patriotic War and wished success to the units. who will take part in the Winter Exercises-2021.

After the speeches, the units involved in the exercises left the Nakhchivan city to move in the direction of the Sadarak border checkpoint. Our units crossed the Umid Bridge over the Araz River and continued to move towards the Kars city.

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