AKIPRESS.COM - The presentation of the first 11 volumes of the book "Heritages of Mongols Spread Around the World" has been held on the occasion of 112th anniversary of the Restoration of National Independence and Freedom, Montsame reports.
A total of 20 volumes of the book will be published as part of a project initiated and implemented by the Chinggis Khaan National Museum and the International Association for Mongol Studies with the support of the Ministry of Culture.
The Minister of Culture Nomin Chinbat emphasized at the book presentation that comprehensive activities are under implementation, including registration of heritage and cultural monuments related to Mongolia that are preserved in countries around the world, joint research and creation of books.
The series of the book present artifacts related to Mongols which are preserved in the Hermitage Museum of Russia, libraries and museums of Hungary and Japan, archives of the National Palace Museum in Taiwan, the Museum of Cultural History in Norway, as well as the Irkutsk Regional Museum of Local History in Russia, and a Palace Museum in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The first 11 volumes of the book "Heritage of Mongols Spread Around the World" contain about 5,400 items that were never published before, noted Director of the Chinggis Khaan National Museum Chuluun. Currently the heritages housed in the USA, Great Britain, Republic of Korea, Uzbekistan, France, Czechia, and Poland are being prepared for printing.