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Represent the Yakut journalists on the new mammoth bill and the Lena Pillars

Journalists from one of the Yakut media suggest placing the Lena Pillars and the mammoth, a symbol of Yakutia, on a new banknote of a unique nature reserve, according to a petition posted on change.org.

Represent the Yakut journalists on the new mammoth bill and the Lena Pillars
According to the text of the petition, the Lena Pillars are a sacred place for the Yakut people, a place of communication with nature and higher powers.

"It is symbolic to place this protective amulet on a monetary bill. The mountains have always symbolized strength, power and energy. And next to it is another symbol of Yakutia - a mighty mammoth, whose gigantic carcasses still keep permafrost in it, "the message says.

On the front side of the note is proposed to place a monument to the founder of Yakutsk Peter Beketov, the tower of the Yakut prison and a view of the city. It is noted that the value of the new bill does not matter, the residents of Yakutia will be happy with the appearance of their sacred symbols and on 200-ruble, and 2000-ruble bills.

The initiator of the action was the Yakutsk Vecherny newspaper, Interfax notes.

Lena Pillars - geological formation area of ​​1,2 million hectares on the banks of the Lena River about 100 km from the city of Pokrovsk. These are bizarre limestone cliffs up to 100. The Lena Pillars Nature Park of Yakutia in 2012 was included in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List.

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