If you are passionate by #Culture and #History of #Vietnam, don’t miss the chance to see a total 29 signature relics from various time periods of Vietnam History, where 1,000-year-old imperial treasures of Vietnam are unveiled. Must See In Vietnam Editor
Starting Thursday, the Center for the Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of Thang Long-Hanoi, in cooperation with the Institute of Imperial Citadel Studies, organized a relic exhibition themed “Treasures of the Thang Long Imperial Citadel.”
A total 29 signature relics from various time periods are presented at the exhibition. Most were used in daily life at the Imperial Citadel.
A porcelain pot with a lid, decorated with dragon and cloud-like patterns, from the 11-12th century.
An amphora to contain liquor from the Ly Dynasty, 11-12th century.
A ceramic pot with lotus-like patterns from the Tran Dynasty, 13-14th century.
A water bowl with flower-like patterns from the Tran Dynasty, 13-14th century.
A sword with decorations on its blade from the Tran Dynasty, 13-14th century.
Gold leaf with dragon and cloud-like patterns from the Ly-Tran Dynasty, 11-14th century.
A ceramic bowl with colored decorations from the Le Dynasty.
Through different resources, experts can recreate some of the patterns and present it through 3D mapping technology.
Bowls and plates from the Le Dynasty, with lotus and dragon-like decorations.
Vases and bowls to drink liquor (upper row) were made in the Binh Giang ceramic village of the northern province of Hai Duong, from the Revival Le Dynasty, 17-18th century.
Bowls with phoenix and dragon-like patterns (lower row) were made in the Mac Dynasty, 16th century.
In 2017, archeologists found a stone well from the Revival Le Dynasty in the 17th century. It is 41 centimeters tall and 68 centimeters wide.
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