Yen Bai Museum receives 200 objects donated by individuals

  •  Saturday, November 26, 2022

YBO - The Museum of Yen Bai province has received documents and objects donated on the occasion of the Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day (November 23).

Donators hand over the objects to the Museum of Yen Bai province.
Donators hand over the objects to the Museum of Yen Bai province.

Among those are 200 objects discovered and donated by local individuals.

They include 150 items dating back to prehistoric ages, feudal dynasties, and the early modern period, along with 50 others linked with a sunken ship in the vicinity of Phu Quoc Island and owned by collector Nguyen Thanh Tuan in Chau Phu A ward of Chau Doc city, An Giang province.

Officials of the Yen Bai provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the museum appreciated the donations, affirming that each object will be treasured, preserved, and used in an effective manner to serve specialised activities.

Thu Trang

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