Vietnamese crockery sculptures
Vietnamese crockery sculptures
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Vietnamese crockery sculptures

Do you think that plates, spoons, cups and other utensils are made only to be eaten? If your answer is yes, then you have a direct road to Vietnam, or rather, to one of its parks, where you can be convinced that you are wrong and admire the stunning sculptures created from a variety of kitchen utensils.

Vietnamese crockery sculptures

Dam Sen Cultural Park is an amusement park located in the largest city of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City. The park, whose territory is 50 hectares, is divided into 30 sections, including a zone of electronic games, a theater of folk tales, a rock garden, a water palace, a butterfly garden, a swan lake and so on. In one of the corners of the park, there was a place for an unusual exhibition of porcelain dishes.

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At the exhibition you can see sculptures depicting characters traditional for Vietnamese culture: the Golden Rooster, personifying daughter and filial love; dragon head; two dragons playing with a pearl; flying dragon; an eagle with spread wings; lions playing with a ball; galloping horse; tower; Castleā€¦

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In total, there are 21 sculptures at the exhibition, and their creation took 200 thousand porcelain items. Unusual entertainment constantly attracts tourists to this corner of the park, but sculptures look especially impressive at night, flickering in the rays of illumination.

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