Accordingly, over 30 file photos and 20 woodblocks dating from the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945) record adequate information about former names and capital cities of Vietnam before 1945.
|Visitors at the exhibition|
The one-day event helped local residents and visitors learn more about the glorious history of national salvation and building of the Vietnamese people, as well as about the country’s documentary heritage items.
Translated by Van Hieu
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