Crimean scientific center of Historical Institute of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences will be opened in Crimea.
The center is to be opened on the basis of Crimean historical La Richesse Museum in Bakhchisaray.
The event comes as the La Richesse founder Guliver Altin and the head of Historical Institute of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences signed cooperation agreement in April, 2014.
President of Russian Republic of Tatarstan Rustam Minikhanov, the Tatarstan Academy of Sciences delegation and Crimean scientists are expected to attend the opening ceremony.
The center of learning will be financed from the Tatarstan budget and will cost 2-3 mln rubles a year.
According to La Richesse founder Guliver Altin, the opening of the center is dated to 3rd anniversary of the La Richesse museum.
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