Vietnam’s archaeological treasures on display in Germany

(VOVworld) –More than 400 archaeological objects of Vietnam are on display at the LWL Museum of Archaeology in Herne, Germany, as part of celebration of the two countries’ 40 years of diplomatic relations.

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(Photo: Hien Hanh/VNA)

Entitled “Vietnam’s archaeological treasures”, the exhibition will run through February 26 next year and move to other locations throughout Germany, including Sachsen and Baden-Wurttemberg.

The exhibits will include a boat, an 8m-tall temple, bronze drums, grave goods, gem spears, arrows, and more. A bucket used by late Vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh will be among the featured items.

Installation works and documentaries will also be showcased at the event, offering spectators a deeper look into Vietnamese culture and history.

Focusing on archaeological findings from the past 60 years, the organizers hope to bring spectators from the North Rhine-Westphalia state on a trip back in time to a tropical country not well known in Germany.

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