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The Quai Branly museum possesses in its collection some items collected in the far east of Siberia dated from the late 19th to the early 20th centuries.
Those objets from the Amur river basin blend aesthetic elegance and ethnographic interest and are of particular interest, representing for those tribes the interaction between the the visible and invisible world, the world of the spirits.
The exhibition will present the decorative art of the peoples of the Amur river basin also known as Manchu, this remote area which was inhabited by mongols and a minoriy of Chinese people until Russians came along the 19th century and occupied as well the lands around.
Visitors can discover practice and traditions of those people linked by the same ethnolinguistic matrix and the same practices of hunting and fishing.