Vietnam has 23 more national treasures
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has signed a decision to recognise 23 more national treasures.
Three Bac Ninh artifacts named national treasures
The northern province of Bac Ninh is well-known for hosting a number of architectural, religious and cultural heritage.
Pair of ancient bells in Cao Bang recognised as national treasures
The northern province of Cao Bang has announced a Prime Minister decision recognising a pair of bells at the Da Quan relic complex in Hung Dao commune of Cao Bang…
Eighteen national treasures presented to the public for the first time
Eighteen national treasures recognised by Viet Nam’s authorities over the past period are being presented under a special exhibition held for the first time by the National Museum of Viet Nam History in Ha Noi.
Fourteen artifacts recognised as national treasures
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has signed a decision to recognise 14 artifacts as national treasures.
National treasures on display for five months
A special exhibition on Viet Nam’s national treasures will take place for five months from January 10, 2017, to May, 2017, the Museum of History announced on December 12.
Nguyen Dynasty’s antiques recognised as national treasures
The Prime Minister has recently signed a decision to recognise four more ancient items under the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945), the last feudal dynasty in Viet Nam, as national treasures.