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A new exhibition at the Ho Chi Minh City Museum traces the development of ceramics from the Ly to Nguyen Dynasties, spanning a period of about 1,000 years.

Exhibition presents 1,000 years of Vietnamese ceramic works [Link no longer active]
Viet Nam News, 01 June 2010

An exhibition of Vietnamese ceramics spanning 1,000 years and several dynasties has opened at the HCM City Museum.

Ngan Nam Gom Viet (A Thousand Years of Vietnamese Ceramics) features 260 artefacts that traces the development of national traditional ceramics during the reigns of the Ly, Tran, Earlier Le, Mac, Le Trung Hung (Later Le), and Nguyen dynasties.

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