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Archaeological excavations

Hanoi works to conserve Co Loa relic site

Society

Hanoi works to conserve Co Loa relic site

Hanoi will spend 60 billion VND (2.6 million USD) on preserving and promoting the value of the Co Loa relic site in Dong Anh district during the 2018-2020 period after the site is reported to be encroached seriously.

Unique coral reef found on Ly Son

Environment

Unique coral reef found on Ly Son

Experts from the Vietnam Institute of Geosciences and Mineral Resources have found a complex of fossilised coral – believed to date from 4,000 to 6,000 years ago – on the coast of Ly Son Island.

Ly Son Island leaps into the present

Society

Ly Son Island leaps into the present

Ly Son Island, 30km off the coast of central Quang Ngai province, has had a face-lift since connecting to the national power grid in 2014. But while islanders have benefited from the rapid changes, serious environmental challenges are also arising.

Con Son-Kiep Bac - A model of conservation

Society

Con Son-Kiep Bac - A model of conservation

Con Son-Kiep Bac complex was listed as a national relic in 1962 and as special national relic in 2012. Since 2010, Hai Duong has carried out several conservation projects, including that of the Kiep Bac Temple.

Nature, history cast their spell in Trang An

Travel

Nature, history cast their spell in Trang An

Spread across the northern province of Ninh Binh, the stunning Trang An scenic landscape complex is often called Vietnam's Ha Long Bay On Land. Paddle the Trang An trail with Ninh Binh Online newspaper.

Ancient water system found at Citadel

Society

Ancient water system found at Citadel

Traces of a huge water supply system and parallel ground wall from the time of the Ly dynasty have been unearthed at the former Thang Long Imperial Citadel in downtown Hanoi, archaeologists have announced.

Thang Long-Thien Truong relationship revealed

Culture - Sports

Thang Long-Thien Truong relationship revealed

An exhibition to reflect the special relationship between the old capital city of Thang Long and the Thien Truong area in northern Nam Dinh province under the Tran Dynasty from the 18 th -19 th Century, opened in the Thang Long Imperial Citadel in Hanoi on April 27.

Ancient Champa stele unearthed

Culture - Sports

Ancient Champa stele unearthed

A stone stele, chiselled with ancient Champa script, was unearthed in the central province of Phu Yen , and believed to be a very significant archaeological find, said a provincial official.