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V. I. Chapaev Museum

The Memorial Museum of the Civil War hero V. I. Chapaev is located 125 km from the city of Uralsk in the village of Chapaev, Akzhayksky district on the right bank of the Ural River.

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Rukhani Zhangyru Museum

The museum was opened on December 16, 2017 as part of the program article of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan.Nazarbayev's "A look into the future: Modernization of public consciousness".

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D. Nurpeisova Museum of Art History

The Museum of Art History named after D. Nurpeisova, the famous kuishi-composer, People's Artist of Kazakhstan, Honored Worker of Culture, was opened in 1991 in the village of Zhangala, 240 km from the city of Uralsk.

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Syrymsky regional Museum of Local Lore named after Syrym Datov

The Syrym Datov Regional Museum of Local Lore was opened in 2002 in the village of Zhympity on the occasion of the 260th anniversary of the birth of the people's batyr.

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People's Museum "Old Uralsk"

The Museum is a cultural hearth around which people gather, loving and knowing the oral, its fascinating history and rich cultural traditions.

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Museum of the artist Saken Gumarov

The museum was opened in 1995 in his art studio. Saken Gumarov was born in Bukeevschina (now Bukeiordinsky district) West Kazakhstan region. Since childhood, he drew the steppe, the free lines of felt carpets (tekemetov).

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Museum of Ecology

The museum has been operating since 1996. His Fund has more than 10 thousand exhibits: the bones of the extinct animals that lived in this area of 300-400 thousand years ago, minerals, insects, stuffed animals, birds, fish, inhabiting the territory of West Kazakhstan region, including species listed in the Red book.

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G. Tukai Museum Complex

The museum complex consists of three buildings: the main two-story building was built by an unknown architect in the second half of the XIX century on the model of buildings built in those days in Kazan; a one-story administrative building and the Tatar Cultural Center.

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M. A. Sholokhov Museum

The great writer of our time M. A. Sholokhov, the Nobel Prize winner, considered Kazakhstan his second homeland. For 30 years, he came to our region almost every year, and sometimes twice a year. In the summer of 1942, the Sholokhov family was evacuated to the city of Kamyshin, and then to Western Kazakhstan.

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