Introducing the artifact collection
- 21/12/2021 11:46
Ho Chi Minh City Museum receives artifacts donated by Mr. Dang Minh Truc’s family in Phu Yen
On March 25, 2015, the delegation of the Ho Chi Minh City Museum led by comrade Phan Thi Phuong Oanh, Deputy Director of the Museum, visited and received artifacts of the family of Mr. Dang Minh Truc and Mrs. Vu Thi Tam, former soldier delivering the postal service of Phu...
- 21/12/2021 11:57
Introducing the inventory of artifacts
The inventory and preservation of artifacts is one of the key tasks of the museum. Ho Chi Minh City Museum is currently storing and preserving 45,666 artifacts, divided into 133 thematic collections, including 14 rare and precious collections with various materials such as ceramics, terracotta, and terracotta. , metal, woodwork, paper,...
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NEW ARTICLES COLLECTED May 2008
In the past May, the city museum has collected 150 lists of paper documents from collector Le Hoan Hung. According to the initial assessment of the Scientific Council, these are: The original artifacts, the oldest dating back to the 1796 “Conciliar Communion” (Canh Hung Ngu Thirteen years old) and the...
- 21/12/2021 10:23
NEW ARTICLES COLLECTED IN JUNE 2009
In June 2009, the Ho Chi Minh City Museum has collected a number of valuable artifacts to complement the display on the history of Saigon – Ho Chi Minh City. Shakyamuni Buddha statue, dated 19th century Yellow-green enamel plugs embossed with storks – apricots, mid-twentieth century Terracotta statue of...