Ethnographic Museum Hanoi
Nguyen Van Huyen Street, Cau Giay
Located on an area of 3ha,
was opened in late 1997, keeping the artifacts and documents reflecting all
aspects of life, activities, customs and habits of the 54 ethnic groups in
throughout the country. Right from its inception, it has attracted the
attention of many tourists and cultural researchers, ethnographers domestic and international. Museum
of Ethnology Vietnam
Ethnographic Museum Hanoi store 10,000 objects, 15,000 black and white photos, hundreds of videos, cassettes reflecting all aspects of life, activities, customs, and practices of 54 people across the country
Exhibits are arranged, logically arranged, easy to understand and sensuality.
Zone houses a permanent exhibition in an area of 2,500 m ² (including 2 floors) is divided into 8 sections:
- Introduction ethnic Vietnamese (Kinh)
ethnic group languages, Thai and Ka dai
- The language ethnic group Hmong, Dao, Tibetan,
- The ethnic group languages Mon - Khmer.
- The ethnic group of Austronesian languages.
- The Cham, Hoa, Khmer.
- Interaction and integration between nations.
Outdoor pavilion introduces the architectural style characteristic of the people of
Vietnam. There are now on display
in Ede long house, the Tay stilt house, half and half of the ground floor of
the Dao people, the wooden roof of the po-mu Hmong, Vietnamese houses with
tiled roofs , Gia Rai tomb, the Dragon of the Three-Na, home care and home land
of the Ha Nhi people