A workshop on the historic significance in terms of economic and ethnic relations of the Truong Luy rampart, a national historic site was held on March 27 in the central province of Quang Ngai .

The workshop was jointly hosted by a delegation of foreign ambassadors and the head of the Eropean Union (EU) delegation in Vietnam , domestic and foreign scientists and the Quang Ngai provincial People’s Committee.

Truong Luy, which is said to be the longest rampart in the Southeast Asian region, is a 130-km stone wall running from Tra Bong district of Quang Ngai province to Binh Dinh province’s An Lao district. It was officially discovered and studied since 2005.

Researchers said the rampart played a significant role not only in ensuring local security but also in facilitating cultural and socioeconomic development in the region, as it served as both a foundation for administrative management and the gathering site for traders ./.