A special exhibition of 18th century southern Vietnam art is on display at the Ho Chi Minh City museum until March 23.
The exhibition, which opened on Wednesday, features more than 200 artifacts and documents.
They are objects of worship, sculptures, photographs, paintings and jewelry that belonged to Khmer, Chinese-Vietnamese, and Kinh (Vietnamese) in southern Vietnam during the 18th century.
Part of the collection has been donated from local collectors.
The exhibition shed light on the diversified cultures of the Southern region and reveals how the various communities cultivated and divided the land
The Ho Chi Minh City Museum is located on 65 Ly Tu Trong Street, District 1.