ISSN 2409-7616

R. Khizbullina, L. Zaripova, A. Khalilova, L. Salemgaraeva, L. Shamsiakhmetova



Rezeda Z. Khizbullina – Candidate of pedagogic sciences, associate professor of physical geography, mapping and geodesy department, FSBEI of Higher Education “Bashkir State University”, Ufa, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Liliya A. Zaripova – Senior lecturer, department of physical geography, cartography and geodesy, faculty of geography, FSBEI of Higher Education “Bashkir State University”, Ufa, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Aygul B. Khalilova – Senior lecturer, department of tourism, geo-urban studies and economic geography, faculty of geography, FSBEI of Higher Education “Bashkir State University”, Ufa, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Leysyan R. Salemgaraeva – Student of geography department, «Physical Geography» specialization, FSBEI of Higher Education “Bashkir State University”, Ufa, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Liliya I. Shamsiakhmetova – Student of the faculty of cartography and geoinformatics, profile «Cartography and Geoinformatics», FSBEI HE “Moscow State University of Geodesy and Cartography”, Moscow, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Abstract. This article reveals the peculiarities of the history and geography of folk crafts in the Republic of Bashkortostan. The role of the cartographic research method for the popularization of information on the unique creations of the peoples living in this territory is substantiated. Mapping the cultural creativity of peoples is one of the newest trends in cartography. The problem of preserving popular activities in the regions of the republic is being raised. The role of the map for the subsequent study of the terrain is shown to enhance the visibility of the available information on the problem. Compiled maps provide an opportunity to track the prevalence and forms of existence of folk traditions among a particular population. A distinctive feature of the study of art crafts in the way of mapping is that they need a lot of preliminary work. Author’s cards of national crafts in the Republic of Bashkortostan are offered on a fabric basis, from a tree, from minerals. These maps are the result of research in the territory of the Republic of Bashkortostan. Cartographic information can be used for further study of the area, for the socio-economic development of the region, since the map is an effective means of storing and transmitting spatial data, contains qualitative and quantitative data of the depicted phenomena, allows you to set the location, length, area, height, and demonstrates the specificity of the placement of any objects and phenomena.

Keywords: folk crafts of the Republic of Bashkortostan, mapping of peoples’ crafts, the meaning of maps for studying the geography and history of the region, Bashkir culture, national inventions and crafts.



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For citation:

Khizbullina R.Z., Zaripova L.A., Khalilova A.B., Salemgaraeva L.R. , Shamsiakhmetova L.I. Mapping information on cultural creativity of peoples in the republic of Bashkortostan and its value. CITISE, 2020, no. 1, pp. 380-392. DOI: