Mongolia

The Fine Arts Zanabazar Museum, Mongolia

The Fine Arts Zanabazar Museum, Mongolia

The Fine Arts Zanabazar Museum, founded in 1966, is renowned for the works of G. Zanabazar (1635-1724). Comprising 13,000 objects, the Museum covers Mongol culture from ancient civilizations up to the early 20th century.  Read More

International Workshop on Migration and the Remaking of Ethnic/Micro-Regional Connectedness | Japan

International Workshop on Migration and the Remaking of Ethnic/Micro-Regional Connectedness | Japan

Organised by Japan’s National Museum of Ethnology, this workshop will take place in Osaka and Kyoto on 5-7 December 2014.  Read More

National Museum of World Culture reopens the Sculpture Hall | Sweden

National Museum of World Culture reopens the Sculpture Hall | Sweden

Sweden’s National Museums of World Culture is reopening the Sculpture Hall of its Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, in Stockholm, on 31 August. To celebrate the reopening of the beautiful Sculpture Hall, the Museum will be visited by eight Tibetan Buddhist monks from the Tashi Lhumpo Monastery in India.   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

[Seoul Exhibition] Mongolian Archeological Excavation

[Seoul Exhibition] Mongolian Archeological Excavation

The “Xiongnu, Great Empire of the Steppes Exhibition” is the result of several years of excavation preformed by the National Museum of Korea.  Read More

French-Mongolian Exhibition: Nomadic spirit in Ulaanbaatar

French-Mongolian Exhibition: Nomadic spirit in Ulaanbaatar

A joint French-Mongolian exhibition, “Nomadic Spirit in Ulaanbaatar” will be held at the Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery, Ulaanbaatar, until February 3rd 2013.  Read More

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