Contributed by the museum and six private collectors, the exhibits tell the tale of the history and development of the Red River Delta province.
According to archaeological results, primitive people first appeared in Ha Nam about a thousand years ago. Natural conditions created cultural connections from east to west and north to south, and these features formed the personality of the Ha Nam people throughout its history of building and defending the country.
The exhibition, the first of its kind, aims to strengthen a sense of responsibility to promote the value of national cultural heritage.
It also provides a venue for antique lovers to meet and exchange.
The exhibition is open until December 15./.
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