(Cinet)- On November 19, in Vietnam ethnic culture-tourism village, an exhibition entitled “Vietnam’s Traditional culture and ethnic costumes” officially took place in the framework of “National Great Solidarity – Vietnam Cultural Heritage” Week. The exhibition shows 42 costumes, 50 textiles products, 200 documents of Khmer culture and Vietnam’s ethnic groups, which reflects deeply cultural development process, from traditional costumes to contemporary. This isameaningfulactivity in the “national Great Solidarity – Vietnam Cultural Heritage” Week, which aims to strengthen unity between all 54 Vietnamese ethnic groups. It is also a channel to introduce and popularise Viet Nam and the village – which is considered a “common house” to all 54 ethnic groups – and foreign friends. The event is being held by the Management Board of Vietnam ethnic culture-tourism village in collaboration with Vietnam ethnic culture Museum, three provinces- Tra Vinh, Soc Trang, An Giang and fashion designer Lan Huong (Ha Noi). The exhibition will run until November 24, 2013.