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Buckwheat flower festival 2017 in Ha Giang province

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The Buckwheat flower festival 2017 will take place in four districts, including Dong Van, Quan Ba, Yen Minh and Meo Vac, and Ha Giang City, in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang, from October 4th to December 31st.
The event will be held to honour the unique cultural values of Dong Van Karst Plateau, contribute to attracting visitors and developing the buckwheat flower into a tourism brand of the karst plateau and also Ha Giang province.
There will be diverse activities such as the international geological park fair, a fair on local agricultural products, a seminar on technological application and management solutions to improve bee’s honey, a concert, a gastronomy programme, performances and cultural exchanges, as well as traditional folk games of ethnic minority groups.
The opening ceremony is scheduled to take place at 20h00 on October 27th and will be broadcast live on Viet Nam Television.

 

Source: CPV

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