‘Mongolia: So Far Yet So Close’ exhibition video tour on YouTubeArt & Culture
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ Director of the State Darwin Museum Anna Klyukina sent a letter of gratitude to Ambassador of Mongolia to the Russian Federation D.Davaa for the support in the successful organization of the opening of the ‘Mongolia: So Far Yet So Close’ exhibition
“A total of 61,483 people have visited the ‘Mongolia: So Far Yet So Close’ exhibition in over a month” the museum director highlighted in her letter, adding “It is my pleasure to bring to your notice that even though visitors had become unable to enjoy the exhibition in person due to the global pandemic, the virtual tour of the exhibition on the museum’s YouTube channel has gained over 5,000 views with dozens of comments of appreciation”
In his response letter, Ambassador D.Davaa expressed thanks for successfully staging the exhibition to promote the uniqueness of the landscapes and flora and fauna of Mongolia to the museum visitors, especially children and youth, and noted that the Embassy of Mongolia in Russia is ready to provide support in holding again the exhibition appreciated by tens of thousands on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Mongolia and Russia next year with the addition of more exhibits.
‘Mongolia: So Far Yet So Close’ exhibition was launched at the museum’s exhibition hall on January 28, 2020, in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Joint Soviet-Mongolian Complex Biological Expedition of USSR and Mongolian Academies of Sciences.
You can watch the video tour of the exhibition here.