Fourth annual “Best of New Exhibits” opens

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The exhibition showcases some 400 archaeological exhibits, out of more than 1,800 historical and archaeological findings that entered the museum treasury between 2014 and 2016.

The findings are discovered, excavated and collected by archaeologists and historians, transferred or purchased from other institutions and gifted or donated by individuals.

Some of the interesting exhibits are the artifacts excavated from the Hunnu and Xianbei empires’ tombs discovered in the Airagiin Gozgor of Jargalant soum of Orkhon province, the Altai Harp found in the stone tomb of the Middle Ages in Altai Mountains, bow and arrow, silver coins of Sasanian Empire, Yuan Empire paper bill and clothes and accessories of the tallest man of Mongolia D.Ragchaa.

The exhibition will be open for the visitors until March 15, free of charge.