The exhibition space of Cham culture in Central Vietnam

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(QNO) - The opening of the exhibition space of Cham culture in Central Vietnam occurred at the My Son Sanctuary on June 9. It lies in the series of the activities of the 6th Quang Nam Heritage Festival 2017.

Cắt băng khai trương Triển lãm chuỗi văn hóa tháp Chăm miền Trung
The ribbon cutting at the opening ceremony.

The exhibition of heritages connection displays 8 artifacts and 30 images of Cham towers such as the ruins of My Khanh (in Thua Thien-Hue); My Son, Chien Dan, Khuong My (in Quang Nam); Duong Long, Binh Lam (in Binh Dinh); Nhan Tower (in Phu Yen); Po Nagar (in Khanh Hoa); Poklong Garai, Po Roome (Ninh Thuan); Po Dam (Binh Thuan); and especially, the mock-up of the distribution of these Cham towers. The exhibition provides visitors with an overview of cultural and architectural values of the ancient kingdom of Champa.

khoảng 8 hiện vật và 30 pano về các đền tháp Chăm miền Trung đã được trưng bày dịp này
Artifacts at the exhibition.

It is known that there are about 25 tower clusters with more than 100 architectural monuments in Central Vietnam. The legends, historical events, and spiritual activities relating to the monuments have made the Cham cultural heritage chain more attractive to tourists.

The exhibition will last until June 14, 2017.

Phó Chủ tịch UBND tỉnh Trần Đình Tùng tham quan không gian trưng bày các di tích tháp Chăm
Vice Chairman of the Quang Nam provincial People’s Committee Tran Dinh Tung was present at the opening ceremony and visited the space of Cham culture.
Phiên bản bảo vật quốc gia Mukhalinga Mỹ Sơn cũng được trưng bày giới thiệu tại triển lãm
The national treasure Mukhalinga My Son at the exhibition.
Đông đảo du khách nước ngoài  tham quan triển lãm
Visitors at the exhibition.