via Nhan Dan News, 12 April 2018:
Over 300 Vietnamese archaeological artifacts, found throughout the nation during the past 60 years, are on display at a special exhibition titled “Treasures of Vietnam’s archaeology,” which opened at the Vietnam National Museum of History in Hanoi, on April 12.
Source: Vietnamese archaeological treasures introduced to public
via Viet Nam Plus, 09 April 2018:
The Vietnam National Museum of History announced on April 9 that it will begin displaying archaeological treasures of the country on April 12.
Source: Exhibition of Vietnamese archaeological treasures to run in Hanoi
via Viet Nam Net, 24 Jan 2018:
The move was carried out under the instruction of Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Ngoc Thien on the implementation of plans to organise high-quality art programmes and develop cultural products to serve tourists.
The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism worked with the Vietnam National Museum of History, the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, the Vietnam National Puppetry Theatre, the Centre for Research, Preservation and Promotion of Vietnamese Traditional Culture, and travel firms to build these tours.
Visitors had a chance to explore the Vietnam National Museum of History, visit Hanoi’s Old Quarter, an old house on Ma May, Bach Ma Temple and try some street food on January 18.
Hanoi attempts to leverage museums, theatres for tourism development
A special exhibition themed on the lotus is held at the Vietnamese Museum of History in Hanoi, featuring the flower and its significance to Vietnamese culture from past to present.
Gold lotus carved box. Source: Viet Nam Net 201500513
Yellow lotus collection of Hue royal antiquities
Viet Nam Net, 13 May 2015
The Vietnam National Museum of History will launch a special exhibition themed “Lotus and antiquities” on May 14 in Hanoi with the aim of introducing local and international visitors to the beauty and meaning of the lotus flower in the Vietnamese culture.
The event will feature around 100 ancient objects dating back from 7th century to the Nguyen dynasty (1802-1945).
In the category “Lotus in royal arts of the Nguyen dynasty”, visitors will have a chance to view objects and delicacies used by kings and royal family members, including those made from jade, precious metals and ivory.
The museum will also present a collection from the “Lotus in the Buddhist arts, practice and ritual items” featuring objects from the 11th century.
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The National Museum of History in Hanoi is hosting an exhibition on the Dong Son bronze age culture.
The Hop Minh Bronze Jar. Thanh Nien News 20141118
Dong Son artifacts on display in Vietnam’s capital
Thanh Nien News, 18 November 2014
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Viet Nam News, 19 November 2014
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Source: Thanh Nien News 20140423
Vietnam museum displays potteries from 4,000 years back
Thanh Nien News, 23 April 2014
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Dong Son Lamp, Tuoi Tre News 20130203
Ancient lamps light up museum space
Tuoi Tre News, 03 February 2013
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Lime pot from the 13-14th century. Viet Nam News, 20121026
As red as human blood [Link no longer active]
Viet Nam News, 26 October 2012
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Betel Chewing set at the Vietnam National History Museum, Vietnam Net 20121025
Artifacts of the betel and areca culture
Vietnam Net, 25 October 2012
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Tripod Cauldrons at Hue’s Imperial Citadel, Viet Nam News 20121004
National treasures recognised [Link no longer active]
Viet Nam News, 04 October 2012