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Oral and Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

Vietnam have two Oral and Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity was recognized by UNESCO, The Cultural Space of Gong in the Central Highlands and Nha Nhac (the Royal Refined Music) of Hue.

The Cultural Space of Gong in the Central Highlands

The Cultural Space of Gong in the Central Highlands The fame of Central Highlands gong culture has crossed national borders to become a property of all human beings.   Specific values of the cultural space of the Central Highlands gong which is a part of Vietnam's cultural heritage and quintessence has been recognised by the international community. On 25th November 2005, the UNESCO decided to recognize “The cultural space of gong in the Central Highlands” of Vietnam as “Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity”. Read more >>
 

Nha nhac (the Royal Refined Music) of Hue

Nha nhac (the Royal Refined Music) of Hue On 7th, November 2003, the Royal Refined Vietnam has ever Music was proclaimed by UNESCO as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity, the first title of this kind received  The UNESCO Council appraised Vietnamese royal music in the following terms: “Vietnamese royal music represents an elegant and refined music. It deals with the music performed in the imperial courts and on different anniversaries, religious festivals, and on such particular occasions. Of the different categories developed in Vietnam, only the royal music was national.” Read more >>