Ancient war trap shows great campaign by Tran army Society

Ancient war trap shows great campaign by Tran army

Archaeologists have recently unearthed wooden stakes that are thought to have been planted in a river in the coastal city of Hai Phong to repel Yuan-Mongol invaders' boats and secure the Bach Dang River victory in 1288 for Dai Viet (then Vietnam).
Gia Lai province preserves archaeological sites Society

Gia Lai province preserves archaeological sites

With over 20 archaeological sites, An Khe township in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai is drawing much attention from scientists and local authorities have made efforts to preserve and uphold the values of these sites.
Tuyen Quang launches emulation drive 2019 Society

Tuyen Quang launches emulation drive 2019

The northern province of Tuyen Quang held a ceremony on February 13 to launch 2019 emulation drive and announce the Prime Minister’s Decision recognising Na Hang – Lam Binh Nature Reserve as a special national tourist site.
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.