Additional ten special national relic sites recognized

The Vietnamese Prime Minister has just decided to list additional ten relics in the country as special national relic sites.

Cua Ong Temple is recognized as a special national relic site (Photo: WIKIPEDIA)

Cua Ong Temple is recognized as a special national relic site (Photo: WIKIPEDIA)

Accordingly, ten special national relic sites include Cua Ong Temple in Cam Pha City and Van Don district of Quang Ninh province; Mao Dien Temple of Literature and relics in Cam Giang district of Hai Duong province; Ba To Revolution Historical Site in Ba To district of Quang Ngai province; historical site of Border Campaign Victory 1950 in Thach An district of Cao Bang province; architectural art and historical relics of Doi Son Pagoda (Long Doi Son Pagoda) in Duy Tien district of Ha Nam province; Den Xua – Chua Giam – Den Bia historical and architectural relic in Cam Giang district of Hai Duong province; Dien Hai Citadel in Hai Chau district of Da Nang city; historical relic of Huong Son Complex (Huong Pagoda) in My Duc district, Ha Noi; Hoanh Son communal house relic in Nam Dan district of Nghe An province; Chem Temple in Bac Tu Liem district, Ha Noi.


BY LAM NGUYEN- Translated by Huyen Huong

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