03 more Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture artifacts are now national treasures

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The office of the Prime Minister has recently issued Decision No. 73/QD-TTg dated January 18, 2024, which pertains to the recognition of National Treasures (12th batch, 2023). The list includes three artifacts from the collection housed at the Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture, bringing the total number of national treasures currently on display and kept at the museum to nine.

The Museum’s collection boasts some genuinely remarkable artifacts including Tympanum Depicting Vishnu Anantasayin and the Birth of Brahma My Son E1 (the date: from 7th to 8th century, Source: My Son, Quang Nam), Shiva My Son statue C1 (date: 8th century, Source: My Son, Quang Nam), Tympanum Depicting Apsara Tra Kieu (the date:  10th century; Source: Tra Kieu, Quang Nam).

The Champa religious art style is beautifully represented in these unique and valuable artifacts, which have withstood the test of time and endured through many historical periods.

Previously, The Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture has been proud to have six national treasures, including the My Son E1 Altar, the Statue of Bodhisattva Laskminda-Lokeshvara, Tra Kieu Altar, Dong Duong Altar, the Ganeshav and Gajasimha Statue, which are a testament to the exceptional artistic skills of the Champa people.

These artifacts are currently displayed and preserved at the Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture.

According to danang.gov.vn

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