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meeting point of tatarica specialists from the whole globe.

Tatarica is about the whole Tatar world.
What does it mean?
Tatars live today in China, Mongolia, Russia, Uzbekistan,  Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, Poland, Germany, Romania, Turkey and many others. 
They left political and cultural influence in each of these countries and of the whole world. 
In today`s world they face many different challenges and we want to write about it.

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Crimea was never Russian

This article was originally published on Al Jazeera broadcasting and appeared on by the courtesy of the author. Elmaz Asan...

„Ignite a candle in your heart“.

This article has two language versions and was originally written in German, you can read this version under the photo gallery. Powerful...

Tatars of Europe.

One of the aims of this blog is to present the history, culture, and current events in the Tatar world, but also to present the Tatar commun

Bekir Ablayev - A BREATH OF FRESH AIR.

Today I would like to publish the second short story, written by the young Crimean Tatar author Bekir Ablayev. Enjoy your reading. One...

Bekir Ablayev - A SHOT FROM THE PAST .

Today, I would like to publish the first part of the short stories created by a young Crimean historian and law student Bekir Ablayev....

Some FAQs about Tatars.

Was Genghis Khan a Tatar? Do Tatars still exist? How many Tatars live today?

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This blog was funded in the project development phase by "Resonanzboden // House of Resources Magdeburg" supported by the .lkj) State Association for Cultural Education for Children and Young People Saxony-Anhalt e. V. in cooperation with the Auslandsgesellschaft Sachsen-Anhalt (AGSA) e.V. funded by the Federal Office of Migration and Refugees (BAMF) by the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community. The continuation of the project is the responsibility of the Institute for Caucasica-, Tatarica- and Turkestan Studies (responsible within the meaning of the German press law).

Dieser Blog wurde in der Projekt-Aufbau-Phase gefördert durch "Resonanzboden // House of Resources Magdeburg" in Trägerschaft der .lkj) Landesvereinigung kulturelle Kinder- und Jugendbildung Sachsen-Anhalt e. V.  in Kooperation mit der Auslandsgesellschaft Sachsen-Anhalt (AGSA) e.V. finanziert durch das Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge aus Mitteln des Bundesministeriums des Innern, Bau und Heimat sowie des Landes Sachsen-Anhalt. Die Projekt-Fortführung obliegt unter der Trägerschaft des Instituts für Caucasica-, Tatarica- und Turkestan-Studien (v.i.S.d.P.). 

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ICATAT (Institut for Caucasia-, Tatarica- and Turkestan Studies:

Gesellschaft für OSTEUROPA-FÖRDERUNG: 

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