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Three Cham sculptures promoted as National Treasures

Three sculptures at the Cham Sculpture Museum in Da Nang have been recognised as National Treasures following the Prime Minister’s decision released January 18.

Bilingual book on nine national treasures of Vietnam launched

The book will help readers learn about Vietnamese fine arts and the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum collection in particular.

Four new national treasures recognised

The four items, which are now preserved and displayed at Thăng Long – Hà Nội Imperial Citadel, have been recognised as national treasures, along with 23 others. Deputy Prime Minister Trần Hồng Hà has signed the decision for the recognition.

Nine Dynastic Urns national treasure at Hue Imperial Citadel

The Nine Dynastic Urns, built in late 1835 and completed in early 1837, was recognised as a national treasure in 2012, and considered the most valuable bronze objects in Vietnam.

Exploring two national treasures at Hung Yen Pagoda

The Red River Delta province of Hung Yen is currently home to five national treasures, two of which are kept at Huong Lang Pagoda - an ancient Buddhist temple in Minh Hai commune, Van Lam district.

A glimpse of two thousands-year-old national treasures at Binh Duong Museum

Two national treasures – a wooden burial jar with a bronze drum as a lid and an animal figure dating back thousands years ago – are among about 1,300 artifacts and 500 scientific documents on display at the Binh Duong Museum.

But Thap Pagoda - unique home of national treasures

But Thap Pagoda, courtesy name Ninh Phuc Tu, is one of the most beautiful of its kind in the Red River Delta region and home to four groups of national treasures that have been kept almost intact.

Ancient objects that are priceless in Quang Ninh

When travelers arrive in Quang Ninh, a tourist hotspot in Northern Vietnam, they can observe not only places of scenic beauty but also priceless national treasures. There are eight ancient artifacts that are carefully preserved in this province.

Thua Thien-Hue approves Cuu Dinh’s documents to seek UNESCO recognition

Nomination documents seeking recognition by UNESCO for “Cuu Dinh”, or Nine Dynastic Urns, will be sent to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism for final review, according to the Hue Monuments Conservation Centre.

Newly issued stamps to feature several national treasures

A collection of four stamps showcasing a range of national treasures are set to be issued on July 31 by the Ministry of Information and Communications.

National Museum of History to go digital to attract more visitors

Twenty national treasures at the Vietnam National Museum of History in Hanoi will be introduced to the public via a virtual gallery in June at the latest with support of digital technology.

Two sculptures in Da Nang named as national treasures

Two exhibits kept at the Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture in the central city of Da Nang have been recognised as national treasures.

Three national treasures on display at Quang Ninh Museum

Three national treasures are being showcased at the Quang Ninh Museum in the northeastern province of the same name.

Bo Da Pagoda’s woodblocks on display in Bac Giang

Carved woodblocks bearing the Sutras of Zen Buddhism at Bo Da Pagoda in Viet Yen district, the northern province of Bac Giang are being showcased at an exhibition that opened in the pagoda on Jan 29.

Three Bac Ninh artifacts named national treasures

 VietNamNet Bridge – The northern province of Bac Ninh is well-known for hosting a number of architectural, religious and cultural heritage.

Close-up of seven newly recognized national treasures

VietNamNet Bridge - Seven of 12 newly recognized national treasures exhibited or preserved in Hanoi.

37 newly-recognized treasures of Vietnam in pictures

 VietNamNet Bridge - Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on December 30, 2013, issued a decision to recognize 37 more national treasures.

HCM City seeks recognition of 46 national treasures

 VietNamNet Bridge – HCM City authorities have asked the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to recognize 46 items as national treasures, including an ancient seal, several banknote zincographs, Roman coins, king clothing...