Akmola rgn welcomes to patriotic photo exhibition
Each photo, having historical value, bears a huge value.
Life and everyday routine of our ancestors, events, and people of different ages - all this is very important for preserving the history and upbringing of the younger generation in the spirit of patriotism. This is exactly the content of the photo exhibition "Olke Tarikhy - Yel Tarikhy" (History of region- history of people) (hereinafter Project), which is the second project within the framework of the Rukhani Zhangyru program BNews.kz correspondent informed.
The exhibition consists of 19 sliding mobile stands, each of which represented milestones of the history of all districts and two cities of the Akmola region. The opening of the exhibition took place in Kokshetau.
In the program article ‘Look into the future: modernization of the public conscience’ President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev speaking about patriotism education noted: “The Best way of patriotism is a studying of native region’s history. The love for the big, native country, to Kazakhstan, begins from the love to small homeland” deputy governor of the Akmola region Aina Musralimova cited.
In her words, this exhibition is of great historical value, because the Motherland is the place where you were born, no matter what your nationality, everything is sacred to you on this earth from your birth.
The Project goals knowledge about archive photo-documents, characterizing the history of the development of their small homeland, its role in the development of the country.
Moreover, the Project contributes to a careful and respectful attitude to their roots and origins, responsibility for the preservation of historical memory. The Project will be carried in two stages: this year presentations depict a historical development of every area and town till 1991. The second which will debut in 2019 will present photo-documents since 1991-till present.
The head of the Regional Project Office Rukhani Zhangyru program in Akmola region Yerkin Isimbaev also attended the exhibition opening ceremony.