： (Grasslands, Mongol Empire, cultural)
What was life like when Genghis Khan was born? How did he spend his childhood? To what extent did these circumstances contribute to his success? Genghis Khan and his successors established the Mongol Empire. While in control of this vast empire, they promoted Sino-European cultural exchanges by mingling with other cultures, such as those of the Central Plains, eastern and western countries, from which a culture characteristic of the nomadic peoples of the grasslands was created. In this exhibition, the real Genghis Khan is brought to life. Genghis Khan and his Golden Family established a vast grasslands empire, stretching across Eurasia from the west coast of the Pacific Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea. A great many vestiges and relics are found in places the Mongolians used to inhabit or control. To this day, a number of Mongolian traditions and ways of life have been preserved, such as daily utensils, traditional producing methods and more. Unlike the usual practice of chronologically displaying items, this exhibition rearranges the relics of different periods according to type and interpretations of their use.
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