Digital library preserves common heritage of Vietnam and France
It is considered a “Common Heritage” collection, consisting of more than 2,000 documents from the collections of the two national libraries and partners. (Photo: vietnamplus.vn)
NDO – The French Embassy in Vietnam and the National Library of Vietnam on April 7 unveiled a digital library at https://heritage.bnf.fr/france-vietnam.
It is considered a “Common Heritage” collection, consisting of more than 2,000 documents from the collections of the two national libraries and partners.
The digital library includes a variety of documents from the 17th to mid-20th century such as prints, manuscripts, maps, paintings, pictures and even audio that can be searched in French and Vietnamese.
In addition, there are also about 20 introductory articles by experts, researchers and librarians from both France and Vietnam that can help readers better understand thecontext of the documents.
For the first time, documents from the Indochina period, from 1922 to 1954, have been digitised. This is a diverse collection of documents including translations of Western and Vietnamese works, new literary creations, textbooks and technical books.
- Liz Truss, The New UK Prime Minister, Is A Crypto Advocate
- MINISO Opens its 2000th Store Outside of China, Bringing Quality, Affordable, Design-led Products to Lyon, France
- infodas receives NITES certification from the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore
- Mighty Catcher Launches 4th Anniversary Benefits
- Export of agro-products: looking to sets a record of $55 billion
Liz Truss, The New UK Prime Minister, Is A Crypto Advocate
Eurocham Vietnam will host a green economy forum and exhibition in November in HCMC
Solid macroeconomic fundamentals shield Vietnam from external shocks: IMF
Crypto Whale Cobie Donates A YouTuber Being Sued By BitBoy $100,000
Rising public investment to lift various stocks