A history of the Ha Noi Old Quarter is reflected in documentary photos and installation art works on display at an exhibition at the Viet Art Centre, 42 Yet Kieu, Ha Noi. In the exhibition, Reminders of Old Streets, young artists like Nguyen Huy An, Le Tran Hau Anh, Nguyen Quoc Thanh and Tran Hau Yen The tell stories of loss and change to the capital's cultural heritage.
An exhibition entitled, “Urban planning and administrative boundaries of Hanoi in the period 1873-1954" opened at the National Archives Centre I in Hanoi on Aug. 16 as part of celebrations of the millennium of the capital city.
An exhibition of over 300 artefacts dating six centuries ago opened at the Revolutionary History Museum in Thua Thien-Hue Province on June 3 on the threshold of the Hue Festival 2010. The exhibits have been selected from over 1 million items fishermen had picked up from wreckages of merchant ships coming from China, Thailand and various parts of Vietnam that sunk off the nation’s shores during the 15th -18th centuries.