The Bai Coi archaeological site is located in Xuan Vien commune, Nghi Xuan district, Ha Tinh province. The place, which contains clues to understanding the proto-history of Vietnam, was recognized as a National Relic in 2014 by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
The exhibition includes 150 photos, documents, and artifacts such as burial jars, pottery, ironware, and jewelry which date back 2,500 years.
Mr. Nguyen Van Doan, Director of the Vietnam National Museum of History, said: “The excavation of Bai Coi has uncovered important traces of Sa Huynh culture in Ha Tinh, an intersection zone of the Dong Son and Sa Huynh cultures. The region has a unique cultural identity revealed by this excavation. This exhibition will continue at the Ha Tinh Provincial Museum. ”