French auction house Millon has agreed to hand over a gold seal of Vietnamese King Ming Mang in the 19th century to Vietnam instead of being put up for auction.
Two Nguyen Dynasty artifacts dating back to the 19th century - a mandarin hat and a dress - are on their way back to Vietnam after being sold to an anonymous Vietnamese collector at an auction in Barcelona, Spain.
In 1945, the Nguyen Dynasty gave King Minh Mang’s priceless golden seal (aka Imperial Seal Ton Than chi bao) to the Government.
The mausoleum of King Gia Long is the tomb complex of the first king and founder of the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945).
A Vietnamese mandarin hat said to be from the Nguyen Dynasty has sold for 600,000 euros (about VND15.6 billion) at an auction in Barcelona, Spain.
An art project featuring typical women’s costumes during the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945) was created during the social distancing period by Nguyen Quoc Tri, a.k.a Kris Nguyen, an illustrator in Binh Thanh District in HCM City.
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.
The rickshaw that Emperor Thanh Thai gave his mother was transported to Vietnam by air in 2015 after more than 100 years staying in France.