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National History Museum


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National History Museum

The National History Museum, formerly known as the "Museum of the Revolution," opened its doors in 1991. It houses significant collections of nomadic and sacred art, craftsmanship, as well as domestic and technical objects (used, for example, in animal husbandry). It provides a fascinating introduction to the history of Mongolia, from prehistoric times to the present day, through a collection of over 15,000 objects.

On the 3rd floor, Genghis Khan enthusiasts and fans of the Mongol hordes will be delighted. The collection includes, among other things, correspondence between Pope Innocent IV and Guyuk Khan, written in Latin and Persian, dated November 13, 1246, and bearing the seal of the Khan.

Included in the following tours:

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