Sundur, Russia


Sundur is a village in the Igrinsky district of the Udmurt Republic. Center of Sundursky rural settlement.



Center of Udmurt culture in the village of Sundur
st. Selskaya, 4
On the territory of the Center there is a wooden hut with a working stove and expositions that tell about the culture of the Udmurt people on the example of the women's and men's halls, reflecting the life and skill of people. The women's hall shows a traditional loom and woven products made on it, as well as a large number of household items. The men's hall is presented through a variety of carpentry tools used in those days and objects made with it. Cooking master classes are held in the guest area, followed by tasting of national dishes and drinks. In the courtyard there are traditional outbuildings of the Udmurts - a barn-kenos (summer unheated dwelling), a bathhouse, a storehouse-a place for storing agricultural equipment, and the courtyard itself is a play and entertainment area for guests of the center. A distinctive feature of the Center is that everything in it is alive: from Lopsho Pedun, the hero of Udmurt fairy tales, to the surrounding museum items. You can not just look at the exhibits, but plunge into the atmosphere of Udmurt hospitality, be surprised at the work of the master and the ingenuity of the people, do something similar under the mentorship of the masters and Lopsho Pedun.


Museum. CM. Strelkova
st. Lenina, bld. 36
The museum was opened on November 8, 1997, in honor of the 80th anniversary of Spiridon Mikhailovich Strelkov, Hero of the Soviet Union, a native of the village of Zura.

The museum has more than 809 exhibits of the main fund and a large number of scientific and auxiliary ones. There is a permanent exhibition.

Expositions, exhibitions are arranged, museum classes are held with students, meetings with creative people, veterans, excursions. When conducting excursions, events, various forms of work are used: meetings, lessons, educational and game programs for children and adults. There are also sightseeing tours around the village of Zura, individual and for organized groups, where you can see the picturesque nature and ancient architecture.

Museum "Igrinsky patterns"
Stepnoy per., bld. 2
Museum "Egra Puzhios" ("Igry Patterns") was founded in 2002.

The exposition is based on ethnographic materials made by Igrin masters of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The only unique weaving exposition in Udmurtia was collected during expeditions around the region and includes more than 150 tablecloths. Some examples of towels, bedspreads and sets of clothes worn in the Igrinsky district, stuffings and blocks for a loom are of solid age - more than 100 years.

Household items, tools continue the ethnographic exposition in creative workshops organized at the museum. Museum staff continue expeditions around the Igrinsky district to replenish the fund with new exhibits, visiting the settlements of the district, receiving and recording information about the methods and topographic features of weaving in individual regions of the district.

During your visit to the museum you have the opportunity to:
try on an old Udmurt costume, see modern clothes in ethnic style;
feel like a craftsman and weave a fabric on an old loom;
leave a photo for yourself;
visit a souvenir shop.



The village is located on the 96th kilometer of the P321 highway "Izhevsk-Igra-Glazov", 3 km south of the regional center - the village of Igra.

Not far from the village flows the river Loza.

The streets of Volodarsky, Lenin, Timiryazev, Oktyabrskaya, Industrial, Industrial, Youth, Rural, Kolkhoznaya, Polevaya, Rodnikovaya, Traktovaya (part of the P321 road), as well as Kuznechny lane are laid across the territory of the village.



In order to preserve, revive, develop and promote the Udmurt national culture, folk art of the Udmurts living in the Igrinsky district, on November 1, 1996, the Udmurt Culture Center was created on the basis of the local history room of the Sundur House of Culture, which is a kind of architectural and ethnographic open-air museum. The center was established on the initiative of the head of the Igrinsky department of culture A. G. Chirkov on the basis of the local history room of the Sundur House of Culture.

This is a kind of architectural and ethnographic open-air museum. It was created in order to preserve, revive, develop and promote the Udmurt national culture, folk art of the Udmurts living in the Igrinsky district.