Today: 25/09/2023 10:04:43 (GMT+7)

Hanoi displays 29 royal treasures

Hanoi has selected 29 outstanding artifacts from among the millions of artifacts unearthed at Thang Long Imperial Citadel to introduce to the public.



On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage and the 20-year restoration and promotion of Thang Long Imperial Citadel, the Thang Long - Hanoi Heritage Conservation Centre in collaboration with the Institute of Imperial Citadel Studies organised an exhibition space with the theme "Royal Treasures of the Thang Long Imperial Palace".

Hanoi, 29 royal treasures, outstanding artifacts, Thang Long Imperial Citadel, introduce to the public, exhibition space

The delegates enjoy the beauty of the royal treasures.

Through the exhibition space, the visitors have the chance to enjoy the beauty of 29 typical and unique antiques in the Thang Long Imperial Palace.

These are important utensils and items, serving from daily life to banquets of the king and the court on great occasions.

In addition, the exhibition also introduced several pieces of jewellery, utensils decorated in gold, and utensils and swords symbolising power or imperial orders.

These artifacts are divided into three exhibition spaces: a space to introduce artifacts from Ly-Tran dynasties; a space to introduce artifacts from the early Le, Mac, and Le Trung Hung (Restored Le) dynasties; and an exhibition space for artifacts that were being introduced to the public for the first time, such as the largest Tran Dynasty terracotta pots ever and the green enamel architectural model of the early Le Dynasty.

In particular, this is the first time 3D mapping projection technology that simulates the unique patterns of artifacts has been introduced so that visitors can better recognise the beauty and elegance of the ceramics used in the Thang Long royal palace.

The combination of static and dynamic display methods along with the use of artistic lighting and 3D mapping technology has created an attractive effect, helping the public to fully feel the beauty and special value of the royal treasures.

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Source: NDO

Hanoi, 29 royal treasures, outstanding artifacts, Thang Long Imperial Citadel, introduce to the public, exhibition space
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