AKIPRESS.COM - The exhibition "Chinggis Khaan: How the Mongols Changed the World" in France attracted more than 200,000 people, Monstame reports.
The Ministry of Culture of Mongolia is cooperating with many countries to develop the culture and art sector, deepen multilateral cooperation, and promote Mongolia's cultural heritage worldwide. For example, the exhibition "Chinggis Khaan: How the Mongols Changed the World," currently being held in Nantes, France, is planned to be displayed in Mongolia and the United States this year.
More than 100,000 people have visited the exhibition in Nantes so far. It will continue until May 5, 2024.
Minister of Culture Ch. Nomin also met with Deputy Director of the Rietberg Museum Johannes Beltz to discuss the continuation of this exhibition in Switzerland in 2025 and cooperation in the museum industry.
The parties discussed the possibility of jointly empowering museum guides, organizers, and artists, and implementing joint projects and programs between Mongolia and Switzerland. In addition to historical artifacts, the Ministry of Culture reported that they considered joint exhibitions in the fields of art, Mongolian national clothing, and fashion, as well as long-term cooperation in the future.