Artefacts discovered in UNESCO-recognised citadel Society

Artefacts discovered in UNESCO-recognised citadel

The Conservation Centre for the Ho Citadel and the Vietnam Institute of Archaeology recently revealed the results of an excavation in the northeastern area of the Ho Dynasty Citadel and the Xuan Dai mountain archaeological relic in Vinh Loc district of central Thanh Hoa province.
US aid to help conserve UNESCO-recognised citadel Society

US aid to help conserve UNESCO-recognised citadel

The Fund for Cultural Preservation of the US Embassy in Vietnam on October 26 presented an aid worth 92,500 USD for a project repairing the dome and southern gate of the Ho Dynasty Citadel in the central Thanh Hoa province.
US funds 92,500 USD for Ho Dynasty Citadel conservation Society

US funds 92,500 USD for Ho Dynasty Citadel conservation

The Fund for Cultural Preservation of the US Embassy in Vietnam has decided to assist 92,500 USD for conserving the Ho Dynasty Citadel, a UNESCO-recognised World Cultural Heritage site, in the central province of Thanh Hoa.
Ho Dynasty Citadel - a stone wonder Destinations

Ho Dynasty Citadel - a stone wonder

The Ho Dynasty Citadel was Vietnam’s capital under the Ho Dynasty (1398-1407). Located in Vinh Loc district, it is the only citadel in Vietnam built entirely of stones and remained nearly intact.