The event, held at the Dien Bien Phu Victory Museum by the two provinces’ Departments of Culture, Sports and Tourism, is part of activities celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Dien Bien Phu Victory (May 7, 1954 - 2024).

Visitors to the exhibition on Bac Ninh province held at the Dien Bien Phu Historic Victory Museum

More than 300 outstanding photos, documents, and objects on display give visitors a glance at the land and people of Bac Ninh, the province’s contribution to the resistance war against the French colonialists, as well as its rich culture, dynamism, and development during the Doi moi (Renewal) period.

The exhibition aims to look back on the resistance war, one of the most glorious chapters of Vietnam’s history, with its peak being the Dien Bien Phu Victory, and help educate people, especially the youth, on patriotism and the revolutionary tradition.

Coming to the event, visitors also have a chance to experience the distinctive culture of Bac Ninh via unique activities such as “Quan ho” singing performances, making phoenix wing-shaped betel quids, and printing Dong Ho folk paintings.

The exhibition will last through April 12.

Source: VNA