An exhibition of handwritten notes penned by Nguyen Dynasty Kings (1802-1945) on chau ban (official administrative papers) is ongoing in Hanoi.
The Da Nang Museum has received a bronze cannon dating back to the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945), the museum’s Director Huynh Dinh Quoc Thien said on May 24.
PSNews - The organizing board of Hue festival 2019 announced that, one of the festival's highlights named "Ao Dai through heritage path show" will take place, contributing to introducing Nguyen Dynasty art as well as honoring Vietnamese high-quality silk products.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has described all archives kept at the National Archives Centre IV, based in Da Lat city of the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, as priceless assets of the nation.
The central province of Thua Thien-Hue recently announced an investment of VND123 billion (US$5.28 million) for restoration of Kien Trung Palace inside the Nguyen dynasty’s imperial city.
Hue, the capital of the Nguyen dynasty, is home to not only Vietnam’s last ruling monarchy in 143 years, but also to a number of priceless tangible and intangible heritages such as palaces, royal tombs, garden houses, art forms and royal cuisine.
An exhibition is underway in Hanoi, displaying over 50 photos, documents and items reflecting the old Vietnamese education and examinations.
Japan has helped conserve the tangible and intangible values of the Complex of Hue Monuments – a world heritage site in Hue, the imperial capital of Vietnam during the Nguyen Dynasty.
PSNews - Hue’s Nine Tripod Cauldrons as the national treasure not only represents the authority and power of the Nguyen dynasty - the last feudal dynasty in Vietnam, but also is considered the most unique encyclopedia about Vietnam in the early 19th century.
A new exhibit has opened at the Ho Chi Minh City Museum of History featuring 70 rare and exquisite clothing and other artefacts, taking visitors on an extravagant look back at the Nguyen Dynasty.