The Vietnam National Museum of History held a seminar on June 16 to introduce Nguyen Dynasty royal palace treasures to students in Hanoi.

This was regular scientific activity by the museum to create a cultural playground for young people, especially students in Hanoi, to help them study and discover cultural and historical knowledge, according to the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Newspaper Online.

At the seminar, students were introduced to an overview of the collection of royal dynasty treasures being kept and preserved at the museum.

At present, the museum is preserving a large number of royal palace artefacts, including many objects for kings and royal family members of the Nguyen Dynasty. These artefacts are mostly made from gold, pearl and silver with diverse forms.-VNA