The exhibition named “Silk Road on East Sea” lasting for three months, from May to August this year is expected to be taken place at this place in the early May, said Head of Vietnam National Museum History in Hanoi, Dr.Nguyen Van Doan.
The exhibition is a showcase of numerous artifacts found by Vietnamese archeologists on this legendary road, being divided into four main categories: prehistory section with mostly items found at Ha Long Bay, section of artifacts from 1st to 10th centuries, 11th to 15th centuries, and the last one about antiques of 18th century. Units displayed at the last three parts are artifacts found in numerous locations in Vietnam that in the route of the Silk Road on the East Sea.
Map of Silk Road on Sea (blue lines)
This is a golden chance for all visitors to understand deeply about this legendary trading road on East Sea, as well as obtain more knowledge ofVietnam sea commercein the past. Moreover, more information about the economical connection between Vietnam and other countries is revealed via various antiques and documents exposing during three months of the exhibition.