Ninh Bình Ninh Phú Ninh Bình, Việt Nam
With the aim to widely publicize the national values of landscape, culture, society, country and people of Vietnam to national and international audiences, Vietnam Television is currently producing and broadcasting the program “V-Vietnam”, a program with lots of profound and fresh viewpoints about the Vietnamese nature and people. On 4/12/2017, Ninh Binh Tourism Promotion Center supported the team to produce the produce “V- Vietnam: Getting lost in the region of flowers “of VTV24 news center - Vietnam Television recorded in three trade villages of Ninh Binh Province: Ninh Phuc flower village, Ninh Van Fine arts stone village and Van Lam embroidery craft village.
Ninh Phuc flower village is located along the edge of Ninh Binh city. It`s the place providing fresh flowers to Ninh Binh and neighboring provinces. Types of flowers in a strong position of Ninh Phuc are lily, daisy, gladiolus, gerbera, violet, tuberose, roses and new flowers such as Lisianthus, Petunia, Primula malacoides, etc. The peak period of flower harvests in Ninh Phuc is from 2 months before Lunar New Year annually.
Coming to Ninh Van Fine arts stone village of Ninh Van commune, Hoa Lu district, Ninh Binh province. This craft village has existed for ages and passed through the generations until now along with the ups and downs of the history.
In the past, the fine arts stone village mainly produced commonly used products such as flowerpots, stone mortars, ancient stone blocks, breeding stocks as a pet. Today, Ninh Van stone artisans can produce large-scale, heavy-tonnage products locally, or anywhere in the country, with a variety of stone products such as: idols for worship, statue, artistic statue, pots by way of ornament, stone pine, breeding stocks, four supernatural creatures, incense-burner, lamp, pillar ...
With the unique theme exploitation, it`s sure that V-Vietnam film crew will bring strange perspectives, highlighting the abundance of the nature and the optimism and simplicity of Ninh Binh people.
source: Ngoc Anh - TPC