British historian Tim Doling will deliver a talk on Nguyễn dynasty and its architectural heritage in HCM City on May 17.
An excavation unearthed a section of foundation and wall of trench on the west and south of the Điện Hải Citadel in the city’s downtown following a restoration project starting last month.
Glorious jade sceptres, precious terracotta mythical creatures and gigantic bronze drums are few among 300 artefacts being showcased in public for the first time.
Some buildings in Hà Nội are designed in both French and Vietnamese styles. This mixture became known as Indochina-style architecture.
The former imperial capital city of Huế received almost 1.9 million visitors in the past four months, marking an increase of 12.7 per cent over the same period last year, according to the Thừa Thiên Huế Province People’s Committee.
Eleven members of the Brussels-based Majoretteketet will perform at the event A Touch of Belgium at Lý Thái Tổ Statue Garden on May 12.
Over a history of nearly 100 years in Việt Nam, and Hà Nội in particular, the French left a valuable, unique and advanced heritage of French architecture and structures in Hà Nội.
Historical plays staged by cải lương (reformed opera) artists are fueling love for the country and a new patriotic fervour among young and old audiences alike.
In its 1050 years existance, the magnificent Ninh Bình enjoyed its incognito status for a thousand years. In the past 50 years, Ninh Bình has seen more economic development and world recognition more ever than before.
The biennial cultural event Huế Festival opened on Friday evening, offering stages for performance of international and local performers in different art forms, sustaining the hope of a typical festival city in the future.