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  When you visit the museum, In this will save all products and  ancestor's domestic appliances through some particular work (miniature buildings, ceramic drawings, ceramic films). Visitors can look, touch  to potter's wheels, Thanh Hà ceramic oven over time; terra-cotta products, pottery, porcelain, relics, culture heritage and spiritual belief of the village ...All values of objects and intangible objects will be respectably stored in this.

Introduction about museum:
Map of Quang Nam province showing the location of Hoi An, Tam Ky and the Cham Islands in the northeast
Nguyễn Thái Học street in 1930
The Japanese covered bridge, alandmark of Hoi An built heritage
An ancient well in Hoi An
Sa Huynh funeral jars in the An Bang excavation site
Champa architectural foundation excavated in the Ba temple in Cam Thanh village
The "Giao Chi country's maritime trading map" showing the maritime trading routes between Nagasaki and Hoi An is now kept in the Jyomyo temple in Nagoya, Japan
Thu Bồn river
Thanh Hà village
Thanh Hà village
Clay exploitation
Clay exploitation at Thu Bồn river
Clay transported back by boat
Process of soil preparation
Splinter clay
Using their hands to create the initial pot shape
Ceramics drying
The shape to prepare baked in the oven    
The shape to prepare baked in the oven
The shape to prepare baked in the oven
Country lane into ceramin oven
Old man was drying his ceramin oven
The transport of products
A batch of ceramics has burnt
The transport of products by bicycle or trolley
 Her happiness when a batch of ceramics come out of oven
Process of building kiln

  The upturn oven (also called stove or blue oven) are rectangular, made of bricks, clay roof 3m high, 3-6m wide, 4-5m long, 2 wood burners in the front door, 3 the door / director (to drive ventillation for the fire) behind, 3 vents in the roof. Oven temperatures achieved can range from 1000⁰ - 1300⁰, allowing them to bake pots from green (unfired). To ensure quality and improve the temperature, the furnace base has a 2-3 cm thick layer of gravel. The newly poured gravel creates hardness, and the porosity lets it retain heat. Construction Worker oven basting frequently used to strip a flat stone for. Ground broken ice is used to cool the oven down at certain times.

  The down face (also called furnace bridge, or red oven): Made of bricks, 2.3m high, 2m wide, 3m long, including the 3 or 2 doors, 1 chimney/outlet in the roof. These kilns are very convenient because they can be built makeshift fashion to narrow and wide sizes depending on the order quantity. However, due to the low temperature of the oven (700⁰) it is only suitable for red terracotta (ceramic).

Whittle to create shape of products
  The clay is stuffed by hand. This is where the whittles are used to press the clay into shape. The clay will be pushed out into the earth formation called eel (height: 1metres) and then broken apart as workers scoop out handfuls for their latest product.
  Products are based on the type and amount of specific clay used. The number 7 pot needs 7 types of clay, the number 5 needs 5 types only need a handful of earth, that is enough. 
Whittle on potter's wheel
Yin-yang tiles drying
Residential  architecture    

  Here are the gardens of Mr. Le Ban (1932), the pictured dwelling is of a traditional design with three rooms and two wings framed by glossy black antique pillars. It was built in the late nineteenth century, but many of the others are new houses built after the evacuation (1954) .
The house was built in 1930, and is older than its owner by only two years. The house, together with these glossy columns, had to undergo some renovation after the evacuation (1954). At that time, the Thanh Ha people scattered everywhere. Lê Bàn's Family was no exception, but unfortunately while they were away his elaborately constructed roof, trusses and some walls collapsed.


  On his return, the grass was growing knee high and only a few columns remained aligned in their original positions. The family embarked on the daunting task of remodelling and restoring according to the old ways, and so all of Thanh Ha has now been rebuilt. 

XUÂN MỸ temples

  The architecture of traditional house in the village are mainly the three compartments. Or the three comparments two lean-tos house, two lean-tos are used to store brick, and tile. The central compartment is a place for worship and the side lean-tos is used for resting and working. Most of the houses have front veranda for preventing shine and rain and also a place to keep company with guests. The structure of tradtional house is brick wall, and wood frame. In the past people prefered to use iron wood pillars in the main round fortified . The gaffer could build the house by his experience without plan. The roof could be tiled with double tile or fish scaled tile and could be changed with west tile.
  Nowadays, house tends to rebuilt smaller became of narrowed land and hybrid architectures of the urban 

 Thanh Hà village

Religious & Belief    
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Thanh Hà temples 3 gate
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