Exhibition of Vietnamese archaeological treasures to run in Ha Noi

Update: 10:48 | 10/04/2018
The Vietnam National Museum of History announced on April 9 that it will begin displaying archaeological treasures of the country on April 12.  
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Lasting until July, the exhibition consists of 300 items collected across museums from north to south.

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Illustrative image. (Photo: toquoc.vn)

The items date back between the prehistoric era and the 17th – 18th centuries.

They have been classified into different themes, such as metalware from the Dong Son, Sa Huynh and Dong Nai cultures, Champa & the UNESCO world heritage My Son Sanctuary, and Dai Viet culture – civilisation.

The archaeological collection was displayed at three German museums from October 2016 to February 2018 as part of a programme promoting Vietnamese culture and history in the European country. 

The exhibition attracted a great deal of attention from the local residents.

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(Source: VNA)