1. Near the National Opera House, there are two museums. The map shows the ancient history museum, and there is a modern history museum across the street. 2. After all, the National Museum is not comparable to the National Museum of China, but the total number of exhibition halls of the ancient Museum plus the modern museum is still quite large. There are eight exhibition halls on the two floors of the ancient Museum and 25 exhibition halls on the two floors of the modern museum. It includes Anthropology Museum, History Museum and Sculpture Museum of Vietnam's Dynasties; 4. Modern Museum begins with the French invasion in the mid-19th century and talks about the history of revolution and war until the real unification of Vietnam in 1975; 5. It takes half a day to visit the museum, which opens at 1:30 p.m. and the ticket is 40,000 guilders.
Located in the southeastern part of Hanoi City near the Red River, less than 2 kilometers from Huanjian Lake, it is a three-storey French building with yellow as the main color, which is very striking. Adult tickets are 40,000 Vietnamese dong, less than 12 yuan. Maybe it's a working day and it rains. There are very few people in the museum and most of them are tourists. There is no voice-assisted explanation equipment, and only Vietnamese, English and French are introduced in the exhibits. It will be more painful for friends who are not good at English. As a national museum, the collections here are of course national treasures, covering the history of Vietnam's development from pre-history (about 300,000-400,000 years ago) to the August 1945 Revolution. There are more than 7,000 cultural relics in total, including many objects, especially those that can be traced back to ancient cultures such as Peace-Beishan Culture and Dongshan Culture. The most attractive ones are the glazed ceramics, Zhanpo stone carvings in ancient Vietnam, bronze wares in the feudal period (Li-Ruan), ancient furniture and various works of art in Vietnam, imperial edicts written in Chinese and official documents of the court in ancient Vietnam.
Don't think that Vietnam has no history. You can know Vietnam's footprint from ancient times to modern times by looking at museums. Although deeply influenced by the excellent national culture, it also strives to build its own civilization. Its stone carvings have the characteristics of the Central and South Peninsula.
Vietnam's first stop is the National Museum of History, where I know that the largest ethnic group in Vietnam is the Jing ethnic group. To my surprise, there are also the Han ethnic group! Know the living habits and housing structure of the minority nationalities! __________
TB visited the Vietnamese Museum of History under the guidance and introduction of the local tour guide. We found the pictures of Qing soldiers invading Vietnam during the Qing Dynasty, but the tour guide did not explain them. It is estimated that we are Chinese, so we should avoid talking about the contents related to Chinese invading Vietnam. Refrigerator stickers were bought at souvenir shop on the second floor.
The National History Museum of Vietnam is itself a cultural relic building. Its appearance design is also a concrete reflection of Vietnamese style, and is also a consistent yellow appearance, a relatively unique color. The exhibits here are rich and colorful. They basically show the whole history of Vietnam. From this museum, we can also see a side of the history of the suffering of Vietnamese people.
The most attractive ones are the glazed ceramics, Zhanpo stone carvings in ancient Vietnam, bronze wares in the feudal period (Li-Ruan), ancient furniture and various works of art in Vietnam, imperial edicts written in Chinese and official documents of the court in ancient Vietnam.