Inner Mongolia Museum Inner Mongolia Cultural Relics and Archaeology Institute Zhenglan Banner Cultural Relics Bureau (Museum of Xanadu) Chilechuan Museum of Baotou Keshiketeng Museum of Chifeng Mausoleum of Genghis Khan, Ordos Ordos Museum Hinggan League Museum Aohan Banner Museum of Chifeng Xilingol Museum Wuhai Museum Zhangbei Museum Museum of the Middle Capital of Yuan Dynasty Keshiketeng Museum of Chifeng
An epic tale of extraordinary determination and military might, of a quest for world domination and a period of unprecedented social, cultural and religious transformation. This is the story of one of the largest continuous land empires ever known and the powerful Mongol Khans that shaped it. This blockbuster exhibition is the most comprehensive introduction to Genghis Khan and the Mongol empire ever presented internationally.
Reaching beyond the often-told tales of the life of Genghis Khan, the exhibition expands the story of the Mongols to reveal a remarkable history which spans from the ancient nomadic origins of the Mongol tribe to beyond the fall of the Yuan dynasty in 1368.
Through a fascinating collection of treasures from museums across Inner Mongolia, the exhibition travels through the extraordinary achievements and legacy of the Great Mongol Khans, exploring how Genghis and his successors united the warring tribes of the steppes and went on to control a vast empire which, at its height, stretched from the Pacific Ocean to central Europe.
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The exhibition is touring with all of the museum grade display cases, inclusive of integrated LED lighting, necessary for the display of the collections.
Past and Future Venues
2017, 6 months, National Military Museum of the Netherlands 2020, 6 months, Château des ducs de Bretagne
The outstanding collections have been uniquely brought together from fourteen museums and cultural institutions in Inner Mongolia and China to feature in this ground-breaking and comprehensive exhibition, representing an unprecedented opportunity to host some of the worlds greatest treasures relating to the Mongol Empire.