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An exhibition displaying 104 ancient Cham artifacts from the south central province of Binh Dinh was opened yesterday at the Vietnam History Museum in Hanoi
An exhibition featuring 104 ancient artifacts of the Champa culture in the south central coastal province of Binh Dinh opened at the Vietnam History Museum in Hanoi on April 25.
The Spanish embassy and Vietnam-Spain Friendship association held a ceremony at the Hanoi National Library on April 23 to introduce Spain’s cultural programmes and donate nearly 180 books of Spainish contemporary literature.
The Vietnam national flag carrier (Vietnam Airlines) said on April 23 it will add 12 more Flights on routes from Hanoi and Ho chi minh city to popular tourist destinations such as Danang Nha trang Da lat Hue and Phu quoc to serve the increased travel demand during the holidays of April 30 and May 1.
A photo exhibition of the nation’s historical revolutionary sites opened at the Vietnam Revolution Museum in Hanoi on April 23.
Travelers will soon have a chance to explore a typical daily life of the Hanoi’s citizens through an event called "Thang Long-Hanoi craft village, craft street tourism week".
After the Cherry Blossom Festival, which attracted more than 10,000 visitors in Hanoi early this month, a series of Japanese cultural events will be held in the capital city from early May to the end of September to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Vietnam-Japan diplomatic relations (1973-2008).
A series of cultural and intellectual events called “Europe Days” will kick-off on April 29 with a photo exhibition depicting Hanoi and Hanoians undergoing great changes.
A Spanish concert, a fashion gala and Europe Day Cultural Performance – Silent Film Concert are the focus of a wide variety of cultural events of the Europe Day in Vietnam which will take place in Hanoi and Ho chi minh city in May.
Vietnam Travel Association and Vietnet last week kicked off a poll in Hanoi to choose top ten hotels and tour operators, collecting opinions from local and international tourists between now and the end of June 2008.

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