Tuesday, 29/08/2023 15:44 (GMT+7)
More than 200 photos on Vietnam’s sea and island cultural heritage are on display an exhibition which opened in Phan Thiet city, the southcentral province of Binh Thuan on August 27.
|Soldiers' smile (Photo provided by the Organizing Board)
The exhibition is being held by Vietnam Art and Culture Exhibition Centre under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the People's Committees of coastal provinces and cities including Hai Phong, Bac Giang, Vinh Phuc, Hung Yen, Nam Dinh, Ninh Binh, Thanh Hoa, Nghe An.
The event is in the framework of Visit Vietnam Year 2023 with the theme of “Binh Thuan - Green convergence”.
The exhibition aims to popularise and honour the unique cultural and tourism values of the sea and islands to the people and international friends as well as to raise awareness, national pride, and responsibility of the community in managing, conserving, and promoting the values.
Vietnam has over 3,200 km of coastline and about 1 million sq.m of exclusive economic zones. It houses over 40 bays, 2,773 coastal islands, and various archipelagos including Hoang Sa and Truong Sa.
In particular, the coastal area converges world cultural and natural heritages such as Ha Long Bay, Trang An scenic spot, Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park, Complex of Hue Monuments, Hoi An ancient town, world’s famous biosphere reserves, national parks, caves, beautiful beaches and many unique traditional festivals.
The exhibition will run until September 2./.
Compiled by BTA