‘Golden man’ exhibit arrives in Aral Sea region
The unique artifact of the National Museum of Kazakhstan ‘Golden man’ is brought in the Aral Sea region. Kyzylorda residents received the ability to see the symbol of the sovereign Kazakhstan. Saka warrior has over four thousand gold jewelries and, each of them has its own meaning. The exhibit is among the ten masterpieces of the National Museum and has invaluable historical heritage. Exhibition will be carried out in all cities of Kazakhstan to mark 25th anniversary of Kazakhstan’s Independence.
Assiya KARAZHIGITOVA, RESEARCH FELLOW AT NATIONAL MUSEUM OF KAZAKHSTAN:
The main aim of the action is to introduce every citizen of Kazakhstan with our national treasure and symbol of independent Kazakhstan ‘Golden man’. ‘Golden man’ was found in 1969-1970 in 50 km from Almaty city in Issyk mound. Other items such as silver plating with various signs of writing, tings, various other vessels and, war instruments were found next to him.