Exhibition showcases Vietnamese and Italian landscapes

Photographs depicting the beauty of the mountains and common culture of mountaineering between Vietnam and Italy are being displayed at a dual exhibition at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology in Hanoi.



Italian Routes and Landscapes of Vietnam is a project of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs curated by the Italian photographer and environmentalist Fabiano Ventura in cooperation with the non-profit association Macromicro.

Vietnam is the first destination before moving to other cities in Asia. The exhibition was held earlier in Ho Chi Minh City from 20 May until 12 June.

Italian Routes will take viewers onto a journey across the Italian Alps and Apennines, and then on to the Earth’s most important mountain ranges, underlining the continuity of the mountain habitats at global level. 

The event is accompanied by “Landscapes of Việt Nam – Ecological Diversity, New Climate Pattern, New Discovery”, displaying the works of three remarkable Vietnamese photographers, Hoàng Thế Nhiệm, Hoàng Giang Hải and Trần Đặng Đăng Khoa on Việt Nam’s most famous caves and mountains./.