(VOVworld)- Vietnamese cultural heritages, especially those recognized by UNESCO are of great importance not only to Vietnamese people but also to mankind. The Vietnamese state has paid special attention to encouraging and facilitating individuals and organizations to join efforts to preserve and promote the heritages. According to the Heritage Department of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Vietnam now has 17 world heritages including 2 natural heritages, 5 cultural heritages and 10 oral and intangible cultural heritages recognized by UNESCO. The country is also home to more than 40,000 relics including 3,000 national relics. Vietnam’s cultural heritages are not only precious cultural assets of the Vietnamese people but also of humanity. The State has put in place several incentives to facilitate individuals and organizations to preserve and protect these heritages. Many localities, organizations and individuals have joined this effort. Several exhibitions and cultural exchanges introducing Vietnamese cultural heritages have been held inside and outside the country leaving great impressions on both the domestic and foreign public and contributing to promoting the image of Vietnam, its land and people to the rest of the world. The success of the exhibition on the Legend of Long Bien bridge, a special heritage…
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