Exhibition on central region’s Cham towers kicks off
Update: Jun 12, 2017
An exhibition on Cham towers in the central region of Viet Nam opened in the central province of Quang Nam on June 9, as part of the ongoing Quang Nam Heritage Festival 2017.

The event aims to introduce artistic, historical and cultural values of Cham towers in My Son complex and in other localities of Viet Nam’s central region, including Binh Dinh, Khanh Hoa, Ninh Thuan and Binh Thuan.

Many valuable documents and items are also on display.

All the exhibits are arranged according to the map of Viet Nam’s central region, helping visitors identify the locations of Cham towers in the country. It also represented the theme of the sixth Quang Nam Heritage Festival - “Quang Nam - Connecting Cultural Heritages”.

Phan Ho, head of the My Son world cultural heritage site management board, stressed that each Cham tower holds its own value, contributing to the rich Champa culture.

The exhibition runs until June 14 at the My Son Museum, Duy Xuyen district.