The Chojin Lama Museum — Zanabazar Art Exhibit
Don Croner, Explorer at Large
Author of Travels In Northern Mongolia
don@doncroner.com


Introduction

Originally constructed as a temple for the younger brother of the last Bogd Haan, and built between 1904 and 1908, today this museum chronicles the powerful Mongol Empire. With exhibitions representing the vast arena of Mongolian history, the galleries include traditional costumes of Buddhist culture and the stunning artworks of the great Zanabazar.


Gallery — The Chojin Lama Museum

Sitasamvara
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Ratnasambhava
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Ratnasambhava
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Amitayus
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Amitayus
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Manjushri
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Akshobhya
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Akshobhya
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