On display are nearly 500 valuable documents, artefacts and images dating back to the Ly Feudal Dynasty, excavated in Bac Ninh province.

The exhibits are divided into three parts, the first featuring the land and people of Bac Ninh where King Ly Cong Uan was born. King Ly Cong Uan took the throne and founded the Ly Feudal Dynasty in 1010, thereafter moving the capital from Hoa Lu (Ninh Binh) to Dai La (now Hanoi).

The second phase consists of artefacts, documents and photos arranged scientifically, contributing to affirming how the Ly dynasty built a brilliant civilisation with many great achievements.

Besides, the national construction of Dai Viet (now Vietnam), the army and people had a resounding victory in the resistance war against the Song invaders from China.

The exhibition attracts a large number of visitors.

In the third part, photos on archaeological, research, restoration and embellishment activities related to the relic sites and artefacts from Ly Feudal Dynasty demonstrate the Bac Ninh provincial authorities’ efforts to preserve and promote the value of the dynasty.

The exhibition aims to inspire patriotism and pride in the nation’s history and education on the culture of the country in general and Bac Ninh province in particular.

The event will last until the end of December.