Tour (English): Behind the scenes – State Records & Archives Department of Vietnam
June 7 @ 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM70,000VND
7 June is the 2nd FVH event with the State Records and Archives Department of Vietnam. This time it is at Archives Centre no. 1 which holds pre-1945 documents, with a major concentration from the Nguyen Dynasty 1802-1945 which includes the French Colonial period. As the period is pre-1945 the archives also holds documents long before Nguyen Dynasty, the oldest document dates from the 15th century in 1488. 5km of documents are stored at this centre.
The Director and some of her team will take us on a fascinating behind the scenes tour. See how paper documents, film, audio and photos are catalogued and stored. The tour includes learning about the Royal approval on official documents of the Nguyen Dynasty (Châu bản triều Nguyễn) and how old documents are restored and preserved. We end the tour at the Archives’ fascinating short exhibition on the history of Hanoi.
The State Records and Archives Department of Vietnam is a very active department which holds and manages many events and exhibitions throughout Vietnam.
Hanoi: Archives Centre no.1 holds Colonial records (pre-1945)
Saigon: Archives Centre no.2 holds Republic of Vietnam records.
Hanoi: Archives Centre no.3 holds Post-1945 records of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam
Today’s tour is at Centre 1. @ 5 Vũ Phạm Hàm street, Cầu Giấy – map location here
Limited to 15 people
When registering please also give your nationality + mobile number.
70,000 vnd pp
35,000vnd pp children under 15 and students
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