Khakassia National Museum
The highlight at the National Museum is the atmospherically low-lit hall containing a striking exhibition dedicated to Khakassia’s...
Worth visiting just to experience a Siberian attraction that doesn’t charge admission. Train buffs will find the scale model of Abakan...
Green Chesterfield sofas and William Morris–style wallpaper in Abakan? The town’s best coffee house would be a superb spot for a...
Khakassian culture may be elusive in the republic’s capital but sampling traditional food at least just got easier. Traditionally...
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Kafe Abakan information
Prancing petroglyphs and traditional Khakass motifs welcome you to Abakan’s best self-service cafeteria and most satisfying cheap eat. Appetising sweet-and-sour chicken meatballs, plov (meat and rice), steaks, sausages and many other Russian favourites mean packed tables inside and out at mealtimes. The Russian-only menu is posted at the entrance, so you can decipher at your leisure.