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Ganzi State Museum

Integrated on January 5, 2020

The Ganzi Prefecture Ethnic Museum is located in the Yulin New District of Kangding City. It is a public welfare cultural institution that is fully funded by the state for the collection, storage, research, and promotion of cultural relics. At the same time, it is also an important window to publicize and display the history and culture, human geography, customs and customs of Ganzi Prefecture, and an important educational base for patriotism and revolutionary traditional education for the general public. The project covers a total area of 18,500 square meters and a building area of 12,043 square meters. The museum collection contains unearthed, ethnic, religious and revolutionary cultural relics. It was officially opened to the public for free on October 1, 2016, and the museum exhibition area is nearly 6000 square meters. In order to make use of the existing cultural relics and promote the development of cultural and cultural undertakings in Ganzi Prefecture, the State Museum has set up a "relics center warehouse" and provides cultural relics-free conditions for safe and safe storage. The Ganzi Ethnic Museum is a new comprehensive local museum that meets the needs of the times and has the characteristics of our ethnic groups. Its reasonable layout and safe scientific facilities and equipment configuration play an important role in protecting, collecting, researching and displaying cultural relics. .




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