Vietnam’ culture under the Ly (1009-1225) and Tran (1225-1400) feudal dynasties will be promoted to the public via a free online tour of the National Museum of History from September 12.
The National Museum of History displays many valuable artifacts. (Photo: NDO; Pre-Covid-19 photo)
The programme will be held via the Zoom platform, and is aiming to meeting the public's demand for education on historical and cultural values.
The tour is an appropriate form for imparting historical knowledge to people, especially the young, amid the complicated developments of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Visitors will have a chance to enjoy digitised artifacts and documents combined with explanations and the application of vivid 3D technology.
Through the programme, viewers will learn about the formation, development and role of the Ly and Tran feudal dynasties in the nation’s history.
This is the first pilot tour to visit the museum in online form launched by the Volunteers’ Club under the National Museum of History.
Less than 24 hours since this information was posted on their Fanpage at facebook.com/BTLSQG.VNMH, the museum has received great attention from the public. The number of registrations for the first tour has exceeded the target.