Fifteen years ago, an international conference called “What choices for Vietnam” and an exhibition named “Resurrection” were held at the National Museum of Vietnamese History. The event marked the successful partnership and reported the outcome of the collaborated project on artefacts preservations between the Museum of Vietnamese History (now the National Museum of Vietnamese History) and the Mariemont Museum (Belgium). With the sponsors of said organsations, the event supported and developed shared knowledge of the French-speaking Belgians living in Vietnam.
72 years ago, in September, 1940, the Communist Party in Bac Son District launched a revolt to gain authority from the French, attack the French stations and armed units and establish the Vietnamese armed force while the French government collapsed after the Japanese invasion in Indochina.
Nguyễn Trãi, also known under his style name Ức Trai (1380–1442) was from Chi Ngại village, Phượng Sơn district, Lạng Giang (now Chí Linh, Hải Dương Province). His father was Nguyễn Ứng Long (Nguyễn Phi Khanh), a Confucian scholar and mother Trần Thị Thái, daughter of high ranking mandarin Trần Nguyên Đán of Tran dynasty.
Dong Ba Hoe archaeological site located in village 5, Ham Duc commune, Ham Thuan Bac District, Binh Thuan province. It is also called Ba Que, Bau Hoe or Hoa Vinh but its official name is Dong Ba Hoe (Ba Hoe cave).
The date September 26, 2011 turned an important landmark in the development history of the museum sector of Vietnam with the Decision No. 1674/QD-TTg issued by Vietnamese Prime Minister, regarding to the establishment of the Vietnam National Museum of History (VNMH) by merging two leading museums, the Vietnamese Museum of History and the Vietnamese Museum of Revolution.
The Vietnam National Museum of History (VNMH) preserves a Japanese collection of 72 objects which were made of organic materials. According to records, those objects were collected by the Louis Finot Museum from exchanging with the Japanese Royal Museum, dating estimated in Edo period (1603-1868) and Meiji period (1868-1912).
Betel nut chewing is a traditional and special custom in Asian culture. This custom is quite popular in Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, India, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sumatra, Malacca and Taiwan...
The first Sac menh chi bao royal seal is said to be made in Tran dynasty in wooden material. This seal belonged to King Tran Thai Tong (1225 - 1258) and used for ordering or declaring royal ordinances in the early time of the resistance war against the first invasion of Chinese - Yuan dynasty to Dai Viet (1258).
VietNamNet Bridge – The Reunification Palace, Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica and the Nha Rong Wharf are renowned for both their unique architecture and historic significance. Below are the most famous architectures in the city.
(VOVworld) – Con Son-Kiep Bac relic site in Hai Duong province has several historical and cultural relics reflecting Buddhism and Confucianism and national heroes of Vietnam. Located 80 km from Hanoi, the complex is a destination to explore Vietnam’s history, culture, and religion.