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Naypyidaw National Museum - Wikipedia
Aims of the National Museum (Naypyidaw) are: A, B, C, D and E. Halls A include minitheaters, VIP stages, presidential gift showrooms and open areas. The showroom exhibits Pondaung fossil formations, fossilized Pondaung formations and Irish Waddy sedimentation. It shows that Myanmar's civilisation has evolved continuously and Myanmar is one of the pristine places of Myanmar's people.
Anthropologists around the globe were unanimous that Myanmar's most important anthropogenic primacy is the primacy of the primates exhibited in the Myanmar Humanoids Room. This room displays Myanmar's Stone, Bronze and Iron Age implements, guns and other items. Thumbnail reproductions of Padah Lin caves are shown with the support of specialized lights and model.
The core of the exhibition is a small reproduction of the archaeological site from the Bronzes with supportive items such as pans, urn, pearls and bronce-arms. In this room small models of the towns of Halin, Beikthano and Sri Ksetra Pyu and other former Myanmar city-states, which have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are shown from all over the world.
In addition, five pyu figures, artefacts of excavations in the form of golds, silvers, bronzes and earths, are exhibited in this area. This showroom displays miniatures of sacred buildings, literary works, architectural works, cultural artefacts and sacred artefacts. At the heart of the exhibit is Bagan architectural style with religous texture, mural paintings, frescoes, brickwork and ceramics.
Myanmar's collection of works include old folk arts murals, ancient murals from various periods, epical Jataka and masterpieces by doyens. They are subdivided into old pictures of genres, period painters, classical painters and more. The showroom features Myanmar's drama arts, Myanmar's historic orchestras and a minature theatre built in accordance with traditions.
Also on display are Myanmar's historical puppets and various classical and modern pianos by Kachin, Kayah, Kayin, Chin, Bama, Mon, Rakhine and Shu.