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Museum of China Tibetan Medicine Culture, Xining

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  • 现在新型的博物馆,没有什么价值,销售多过于展览,更像是一个销售点。但环境还是不错的,偶尔选择来转一下,还是可以,作为景点不推荐 
  • Museum of Tibetan medicine beautiful place where it is exposed the culture and evolution of Tibetan medicine. Unique in the world. Website compelled to visit for those professionals interested in the art of healing the body. It is located in Xining, capital of Qinghai province. Its main hall is designed for the dissemination of Tibetan medicine. There are specialized guides who will step by step explaining each classroom and ensure that in the middle of the 17TH century, on a mountain plateau formed the first school of Tibetan medicine in the world. Show discoveries dating to about four thousand years, and were important factors for the development of Tibetan medicine; In addition the gold bust of the founder of the theory of Tibetan medicine is shown. Through the tour of the halls we can see the instruments that were used to perform surgical procedures; some, after 5000 years, very similar to the current. It displays a comprehensive collection of books on Tibetan medicine and we can see the world's largest medicine book, written by hand and made paper made with the root of trees. A place I recommend to one hundred percent.
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  • A huge long thanka is one of the highlights of the museum. Take the time to visit and take a good guide with business sense to explain parts of all that there is to see. It is a perfect intro to a trip to Tibetan area.
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