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Hoa Lu imperial city Vietnam Heritage

Hoa Lu imperial city

About 100 kilometers from Hanoi, the ancient capital of Hoa Lu is the capital of former Dai Co Viet country over 10 centuries ago. Ma Yen Son Mountain stood on the mountain where the tomb of King Dinh is located, you can see the ancient capital in the eye. The old imperial capital stretches over [...]
Ba Be Lake Vietnam Heritage

Ba Be Lake

Being on a cruise on the lake in shadow immense mountains, clouds would give visitors the feeling of “want to stay here only, not want to be back”. Ba Be Lake is in the Nam Mau commune, Ba Be district, Bac Kan province. It is about 220 km from Hanoi. Local people call it the [...]
Trang An eco-tourism zone Vietnam Heritage

Trang An eco-tourism zone

Being called “Halong Bay on land”, the “outdoor geological museum by the scientist, “Trang An ecotourism has a total area of ​​2.168ha, and being surrounded by Limestone Mountains, the lake and caves to form a continuous system. The lagoons are connected by 48 basis aquatic cave; the cave has various changed red stalactites forming typical [...]
Thang Long Royal Citadel Vietnam Heritage

Thang Long Royal Citadel

Location: In the central area of Hanoi. Main gate: 19 Hoang DIeu, Ba Dinh, Hanoi. Overview The Imperial Citadel of Thang Long isl ittle now remains of the former royal citadel of Thang Long (old Hanoi). That is the cultural complex comprising Thang Long Imperial City during Ly, Tran, Le dynasty. Most of the royal [...]
Con Dao Prison Vietnam Heritage

Con Dao Prison

Con Dao is a charming archipelago including 16 islands, situated between the ocean 117 nautical miles in the south of Ho Chi Minh City and about 600 miles from Singapore. Western sailors called it as Poulo Condore, Con Dao is formerly known as the brutal prison for prisoners of patriotism against the French colonialism and [...]
Hue Imperial City Vietnam Heritage

Hue Imperial City

Location: Centre of Hue city (central Vietnam, about 700km from Hanoi). The city is located on the banks of Song Huong (Perfume River), just a few miles inland from the East Sea. Overview Hue was the national capital until 1945, when Emperor Bao Dai abdicated and a communist government was established in Hanoi in the [...]
Sapa Ancient Rock Field Vietnam Heritage

Sapa Ancient Rock Field

Sapa ancient carved rock spreads out on the territory of three communes of Ta Van, Hau Thao and Su Pan. It is located in Muong Hoa valley with an area of ​​about 8 km2. Located on the steep winding mountain road, ancient rock carving ground is consisted of 159 small and large boulders alternating in [...]
My Son Sanctuary Vietnam Heritage

My Son Sanctuary

Location: South West of Da Nang (about 800km from the South of Hanoi) Overview My Son sanctuary was the former imperial city of Cham people. Quang Nam, Da Nang is the place where there is the most many tower of Cham people with the very skilled sculptures. In a wide round valley surrounded by mountains, [...]
Ho Citadel Vietnam Heritage

Ho Citadel

Location: Thanh Hoa province (about 150km to the South of Hanoi) Feature: The citadel was the capital of Vietnam from 1397 to 1407 (it was also called Tay Do castle or Tay Giai castle). It consists of three sections: a bamboo hedge, a moat, and a citadel wall. The Ho dynasty built it according to [...]
Nguyen Dynasty wood-block Vietnam Heritage

Nguyen Dynasty wood-block

Nguyen Dynasty wood-blocks, currently preserved and stored in Da Lat city, Lam Dong province, consist of 34,618 plates, bearing epigraphic contents of various books on history, geography, socio-politics, military, geography, socio-politics, military, legislation, education and literature. Apart from their historical value, the Nguyen dynasty wood-blocks also are artistically and technically precious. Because they mark the [...]


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