Great Steppe Nomad Culture
Culture is the second nature. Everything that a person’s hand touched once already belongs to the sphere of culture . Nomads never built cities, did not dig canals, did not destroy mountains. Therefore, Europeans and Chinese considered them wild and backward. But culture is not measured by the height of the constructed walls, the thickness of the written books, the depth, the length of the dug channels. Culture is a reflection of the soul of a people. Over the thousands of years of its history, the nomads of the Great Steppe have created one of the most striking cultures in the history of mankind. About this and not only you will learn in this issue.