This museum was recommended to me so I visited it and was so glad I went. I spent 2.5 hours wandering around each room, reading the English translations in the book which I was given upon entering, and soaking up the information. It is beyond my comprehension how these talented women hold the patterns in their heads and perfectly weave the most intricate patterns - simply amazing and awe inspiring. It's so important that these skills are nurtured and preserved for future generations. The museum does a great job of showcasing this heritage. There's an interesting exhibition in the upper two rooms of the contents of a tomb found in a cave which is well worth looking at too. I found the staff to be very friendly and I was invited to help myself to a drink which I did towards the end of my visit when I took a cup of tea downstairs to drink whilst watching an interesting film about music and dance from different cultures.
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