|On display: Artefacts unearthed in Hải Dương are on display at an exhibition in the provincial museum. — Photo sovhttdl.haiduong.gov.vn|Viet Nam News
HÀ NỘI — About 300 artefacts unearthed at various sites in the northern province of Hải Dương are on display at an exhibition at the provincial museum to mark Việt Nam Culture Heritage Day (November 23).
The objects date back to the Lý (1009-1225) and Trần (1226-1400) dynasties.
The province has more than 200 sites where historical relics have been found, plus 700 traditional festivals with associated handicrafts
More than 200 historical sites are dedicated to historical figures, of which 93 date back to the Lý dynasty and the rest to the Trần dynasty.
The exhibition runs until December 5. — VNS