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Zanabazar Museum of FIne Art, Ulaanbaatar

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
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4.2/5 based on 110 reviews on the web
Discover the world of Mongolian art at Zanabazar Museum of FIne Art, best known for the works of 17th-century sculptor Zanabazar, as well as an extensive collection of local art, from ancient relics to early 20th-century pieces. Established in 1965, the museum boasts thousands of exhibits spread across its 12 galleries, and often hosts temporary displays of contemporary local artists' work. See a variety of Buddhist-themed statues and paintings, and admire antiques and early artifacts. Descriptions of the pieces are in English. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Zanabazar Museum of FIne Art by using our Ulaanbaatar vacation route planner.
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  • The Museum has 12 halls, which posted a collection of art from ancient times to the beginning of 20-th century. More than 13000 in the Museum exhibits. It contains works of the ancient sculptor Dzanabazara-several statues of the Buddha, and even some deities. And the Dzanabazar is the first Mongolian BOGDO-gègèn, ruler of the lands of Mongolia to the North of the Gobi desert, when Mongolia was under the rule of China; an outstanding sculptor, founder of Mongolian portraiture, inventor of the Mongolian script.
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  • In this there are many interesting antiques. As the ancient culture, and Tibet. If you are art lovers should not miss to visit.
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  • For those who arrive: audio-guide English, to have some explanations before leaving on the meaning of the paintings and sculptures in the temples for those returning from their tour: nice summary of what you could see during your visits, and more with some beautiful drapes.
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