Documentary ‘Several cups of coffee’, that narrates about prominent Crimean Tatar educator and publisher Ismail Gasprinsky was presented in Moscow.
The film was presented within the project titled “Muslims that Russia is proud of”, launched in 2012 in Moscow.
There are 8 movies already presented in the frameworks of the project. Among the main characters of the movies are aircraft constructor Khaydar Musin, cosmonaut Salijan Sharipov, first mufti of Russian empire Muhammejan Khusaynov and other prominent Muslim figures.
The project was created with the assistance of the Fund for support of Islamic culture, science and education, and the committee of Muslims of European Russia.
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