Tatar settlement existed from the XIV century, located in Zamoskvorechye in the area of modern streets of Bolshaya Tatar and Pyatnitskaya . It was inhabited by Tatars - natives of the Golden Horde and Volga Tatar principalities. She was one of the first foreign settlements in Moscow. Since the beginning of the XVII century in the city.
|Historic site in Moscow|
|As part of Moscow with||XVII|
|Metro stations||Novokuznetsk , Tretyakov|
|Object of cultural heritage, |
Object No. 7710857000
Currently, the Tatar community of Moscow consists mainly of indigenous Muscovites, whose ancestors came from the Volga region. If previously the Tatars lived compactly in certain geographical areas of the city, now the Tatar population is completely mixed with representatives of other nationalities.
Currently, here in the Asadullaev House at 8 Small Tatar Lane , Moscow’s Tatar national cultural autonomy is located .
The cultural layer of the Tatar settlement (XIV century — XVII century) is a monument of archeology with a federal category of protection . [one]
- Old Tolmachevsky Lane
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