Situated on Hoang Sa road in Da Nang city’s Son Tra district, the exhibition house was inaugurated on March 28th, is 18 metres high, and was constructed on an area of nearly 1,300 square metres, using a capital of over VND43 billion.
The flame – the signal of patriotism - is designed on the foundation of a national flag.
Over 300 documents and exhibits are on show in the house, besides screens displaying documents on the country’s establishment of sovereignty and continuous administrative management since the Nguyen Dynasty. The documents are divided into 5 subjects throughout the history of the establishment, geographic position and Vietnam’s sovereignty over Paracel islands set in legal documents and maps which are circulated domestically and internationally.
Historical witnesses who are directly on duty of protecting and meteorological measurements at Paracel islands.
A letter marking the sacrifice of a Paracel martyr during the protection of national sovereignty.
The Paracel sovereignty mark written in the French language is built in the house.
“This is the first Paracel exhibition house in Vietnam,” said Le Phu Nguyen, Head of Office of the Hoang Sa district People’s Committee.
Article 1 of Vietnam’s national border law confirms its sovereignty over Paracel and Spratly islands.
The photos of DNa 90152TS vessel of Huynh Thi Nhu Hoa which was sunk by a Chinese vessel during its offshore fishing expedition at Paracel Islands, during the event when China illegally positioned HD-981 rig for oil exploratory drilling in Vietnam's exclusive economic zone and continental shelf in May 2014.
Staff members of the Hoang Sa district People’s Committee complete work for the house inauguration, which helps introduce and confirm with domestic and foreign visitors Vietnam’s sovereignty over the Paracel islands.
There are 12 interpreters introducing to visitors the photos, documents and exhibits.