Visitors to the exhibition will have a chance to get a close look at the woodblocks from the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945) – part of the Memory of the World Register, and the documents written in French during the French colonial rule.

Visitors to the exhibition at Lam Vien Square. Photo:

Artworks about people and socio-economic aspects of Da Lat and Lam Dong, along with books and documents about local medical and educational attainments are also on display.

The exhibition, organized by the Da Lat People’s Committee, also showcases vegetables and flowers produced in local hi-tech farms.

On December 25, the Lam Dong Center for Culture and Arts also opened an exhibition of nearly 1,000 mementos owned by Da Lat residents that aims introduce local culture to visitors from across Vietnam and other countries.

Source: VNA