Heritage

Four Protectors of Hanoi

Four Protectors of Hanoi

Thang Long Hanoi, a city of thousands of year, has a solid and rich historical background and is believed to be protected by four genies.

Duong Lam ancient village

Duong Lam ancient village

After the recognition of Hoi An ancient town, Hanoi old quarter, Duong Lam village in Son Tay Town (some 60km to the west of Hanoi Capital) is the first ancient village recognised as a national relic by the Ministry of Culture and Information.

Eighteen national treasures showcased in Hanoi for first time

Eighteen national treasures showcased in Hanoi for first time

National treasures such as Ngoc Lu and Hoang Ha bronze drums of the Dong Son culture and the Dao Thinh glazed terra-cotta jar are being displayed for the first time at the Vietnam National Museum of History in Hanoi from January 10 to May 2017.

OVOP exhibition helps improving position of Hanoi’s handicraft products

OVOP exhibition helps improving position of Hanoi’s handicraft products

An exhibition featuring handicraft products from Hanoi capital which is being organised in Ly Thai To flower park from December 9-12, is expected to help enterprises and trade villages to improve their capacity and competitiveness in producing and trading their products on the domestic and exports markets.

Hanoi house of 1,793 intangible cultural heritages

Hanoi house of 1,793 intangible cultural heritages

After implementing two projects to preserve the city’s intangible and intangible cultural heritages, Hanoi has identified 5,922 tangible cultural heritages (monuments) and 1,793 intangible cultural heritages, Director of the municipal Department of Culture and Information To Van Dong stated said at a ceremony to mark the Vietnam cultural heritage Day on November 22 at Hanoi Museum.

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