Ethnography

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Matsura Historical Museum, Japan

The Matsura Historical Museum, in Hirado, Nagasaki, presents the history of the Matsura family, as well as links with other countries over the centuries.  Read More

Nordiska Museet, Sweden

Nordiska Museet, Sweden

Home to over 1.5 million exhibits, 6 million photographs and 250,000 books and journals, Nordiska Museet is Sweden’s largest museum of cultural history.  Read More

Museum der Kulturen Basel, Switzerland

Museum der Kulturen Basel, Switzerland

With a collection of over 300,000 objects from all world regions, the Museum der Kulturen Basel is one of the most important ethnographic museums in Europe.  Read More

National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan

National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan

The National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan presents collections regarding the history of art and ethnology of Kazakhstan and Central Asia.  Read More

Ethnographic Museum of Geneva (MEG), Switzerland

Ethnographic Museum of Geneva (MEG), Switzerland

The Ethnographic Museum of Geneva (MEG), founded in 1901, preserves some 80,000 items from the five continents.  Read More

University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology, United Kingdom

University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology, United Kingdom

The University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology looks after approximately one million artifacts and photographs across archaeology and anthropology collections.  Read More

Linden-Museum Stuttgart, Germany

Linden-Museum Stuttgart, Germany

One of the largest museums of ethnology in Europe, the collections of the Linden-Museum Stuttgart comprise around 160,000 items from all world regions.  Read More

National Museum of Mongolia

National Museum of Mongolia

The National Museum of Mongolia is the nation’s largest museum and holds a collection of over 57,000 objects relating to Central Asian history and the history of Mongolia from prehistory to the end of the 20th century  Read More

Helinä Rautavaara Museum, Finland

Helinä Rautavaara Museum, Finland

The Helinä Rautavaara Museum invites visitors to explore non-European cultures. Named after psychologist and experienced traveller Helinä Rautavaara (1928-1998), who collected the objects on display at the museum, the museum is maintained by the Helinä Rautavaara Ethnographic Museum Foundation. The foundation seeks to advance knowledge on non-European cultures. The museum specialises particularly in cross-cultural interaction and related phenomena. With over 50,000 annual visits, it is the most visited ethnographic museum in Finland.   Read More

The State Ethnographical Museum, Poland

The State Ethnographical Museum, Poland

The State Ethnographic Museum in Warsaw established in 1888, is the largest institution of its kind in Poland. It boasts the largest collection of ethnographic exhibits and archival records in the country, amounting to around 78,000 objects and over 170,000 various archival materials.  Read More

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