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Unique ceramics museum in Hanoi attracts visitors

A ceramics museum in Bat Trang craft village has been built in a shape inspired by local turntables and ancient kilns, quickly becoming a popular tourist destination in Hanoi.
The museum is situated in Bat Trang craft village in Gia Lam District of Hanoi, roughly 20km from the city centre.
An entrance ticket is priced at VND30,000 for each person.
Many families choose to visit the museum on the weekend.
A range of ceramic products created in unique glazes and shapes which have been made throughout the history of the village are put on display.
“The items at the museum such as food containing jars are all very familiar that I often see during my childhood. This place reminds me of the old times, so I feel very touched," says Thu Thuy, an elderly from Hung Yen Province.
The Bat Trang ceramics museum is an increasingly-popular check-in spot for many young people.
Visitors can explore the art of ceramic making in Bat Trang through items on display.
Pottery kilns are recreated for guests to view at the museum.
Covering an area of 3,700 square metres, the museum was built in 2018 with a total investment of VND150 billion. Its products together with the unique architectural style are expected to make Bat Trang craft village better known globally.

Source: VOV/Laodong

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