CULTURE Intangible heritage hub in Inner Mongolia attracts visitors

CULTURE

Intangible heritage hub in Inner Mongolia attracts visitors

China Daily

15:36, September 10, 2021

In recent years, Subuerga gacha (gacha means village in the Mongolian language) in Ordos city, Inner Mongolia autonomous region, has played to its strength of having a rich mix of intangible heritage and inheritors, with an intangible cultural heritage protection base and an intangible cultural research and study tour base built and over 10 intangible cultural heritage projects launched, attracting many tourists for sightseeing experience.[Photo/Xinhua]

In recent years, Subuerga gacha (gacha means village in the Mongolian language) in Ordos city, Inner Mongolia autonomous region, has played to its strength of having a rich mix of intangible heritage and inheritors, with an intangible cultural heritage protection base and an intangible cultural research and study tour base built and over 10 intangible cultural heritage projects launched, attracting many tourists for sightseeing experience.[Photo/Xinhua]

In recent years, Subuerga gacha (gacha means village in the Mongolian language) in Ordos city, Inner Mongolia autonomous region, has played to its strength of having a rich mix of intangible heritage and inheritors, with an intangible cultural heritage protection base and an intangible cultural research and study tour base built and over 10 intangible cultural heritage projects launched, attracting many tourists for sightseeing experience.[Photo/Xinhua]

In recent years, Subuerga gacha (gacha means village in the Mongolian language) in Ordos city, Inner Mongolia autonomous region, has played to its strength of having a rich mix of intangible heritage and inheritors, with an intangible cultural heritage protection base and an intangible cultural research and study tour base built and over 10 intangible cultural heritage projects launched, attracting many tourists for sightseeing experience.[Photo/Xinhua]

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