First Vietnamese literature museum
August 16, 2015 87,440 views
(Cinet)-The first special area for displaying Vietnamese literary history has just been opened to people in downtown Ha Noi. The 3,600sq.m area is housed in a three-storey building. The museum has typical works representing literature from the 10th to the 19th centuries; the works of writers of the early 20th century and the anti-French revolution period (1945-54).
Besides displaying draft outlines by the writers, and their utensils, photos, recorded voices and statues, the museum allows visitors to use modern computer software to search for more information.
The museum possessed more than 40,000 objects and materials on 1,000 writers of the country, though the limited exhibition space allowed the display of only about 3,500 objects and materials.
The museum is located at Lane 275, Au Co Street, Ha Noi.