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The Museum of the Cultures of Vietnam’s Ethnic Groups was established in 1960 in an area of 39,000m2 of which 3,000m2 is used for exhibition. It contains more than 10,000 documents, and artifacts belong to the cultural heritage of 54 ethnic groups of Vietnam.

http://vietnamtourism.com.vn/news/en/detail/189/3882/

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Updated: 04/03/2012
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