NA Chairman offers incense at historical relic sites in Ha Tinh, Nghe An Society

NA Chairman offers incense at historical relic sites in Ha Tinh, Nghe An

National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue offered incense and flowers in commemoration of martyrs at the Dong Loc Cross-road historic site in Can Loc district, the central province of Ha Tinh, and Truong Bon historical site in central Nghe An province on July 16, on the occasion of the War Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27).
National Historical and Cultural Relic - Tran Quoc Ancient Pagoda Destinations

National Historical and Cultural Relic - Tran Quoc Ancient Pagoda

Tran Quoc Pagoda was built in the 6th century during the Early Ly Dynasty and is like a small island along Thanh Nien Street in Yen Phu ward in Hanoi’s Tay Ho district, surrounded by West Lake. The pagoda is famed around the world and was recognised as a National Historical and Cultural Relic in 1962.
New findings help with building dossier to seek recognition for Oc Eo archaeological relic as World Cultural Heritage Site Culture - Sports

New findings help with building dossier to seek recognition for Oc Eo archaeological relic as World Cultural Heritage Site

New archaeological findings at the Oc Eo - Ba The and Nen Chua archaeological sites in the Mekong Delta provinces of An Giang and Kien Giang have set an important milestone in the research of the Oc Eo culture and provided reliable evidence and materials for the compilation of a dossier of the sites to seek recognition as a World Cultural Heritage site, a prominent archaeologist has said.
President offers incense in commemoration of Hung Kings Politics

President offers incense in commemoration of Hung Kings

A ceremony was held in the northern midland province of Phu Tho on April 10 morning or the 10th day of the third lunar month to commemorate the death anniversary of Hung Kings – the legendary founders of the nation, with President Nguyen Xuan Phuc attending.
Hanoi’s relic sites reopen to visitors Travel

Hanoi’s relic sites reopen to visitors

On February 15, Hanoi authorities reopened relic sites after a long time of closure caused by COVID-19. Now, top priority is given to pandemic prevention and control at the sites.