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Textiles & more – A Walk in the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology

This museum needs at least a day to even just see all the exhibits. If you’d like to understand the details … then at least 2 days.

In this note I’m presenting only photos as no commentary is needed.

This museum was very useful in providing a broad exposure to the diversity of costumes used in the the various tribal / ethnic groups within Vietnam. Enjoy the museum walk!

First a daughter-in-law’s funeral costume:

And the next – a fabulous costume from Luzon

Next, another stunner from Luzon. Makes me wonder why I haven’t seen any until now online…

Next

Next

Next an Iban Sungkit skirt – one of my favorite forms of weaving….

And then the rest:

And a photo of a photo

and now the rest.

A must-see if you are visiting Hanoi!

And if you cannot go to Hanoi – there’s always the visual feast on wovensouls.com to delight you šŸ˜ŠšŸ˜ŠšŸ˜Š

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April 2023

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