- Bac Ninh museum exhibits antiques from Ly
- Earthen bricks in the Ly-Tran dynasty preserved in the Vietnam National Museum of History
- Brown pattern and brown ceramics of Ly-Tran dynasties, 11th-14th century
- Int’l scientific dialogue “Architecture under Ly, Tran Dynasties remains mysterious”
- The oldest silk painting in Ly, Tran dynasty
Nhan Dan – An exhibition entitled ‘Ly and Tran dynasty cultural heritage and typical antiques in Bac Ninh Province‘ is underway at the Bac Ninh Provincial Museum.
The event, which opened on March 14 and runs until March 20, affords visitors an opportunity to contemplate the cultural heritage of the Ly and Tran dynasties, including nearly 2,000 typical antiques that were selected from the collections of 100 researchers and collectors.
Among the antiques are vestiges of building materials and structural foundations that reflect the historical process as well as the country’s economic and social development. They are not only a demonstration of ancient culture but are also special works of traditional art in their own right.
The exhibition forms part of the activities held in response to the 2014 Bac Ninh Festival from March 13-17, which includes cultural and athletic activities ranging from a Quan Ho (love duet) singing contest and performances of traditional folk music and dance to a sports festival, an ornamental plant and creature contest and a camp for youth.