Ho Dynasty Citadel, a UNESCO-recognised World Cultural Heritage site, (Source: VNA)

US funds US$92,500 for Ho Dynasty Citadel conservation

The Fund for Cultural Preservation of the US Embassy in Vietnam has decided to assist US$92,500 for conserving the Ho Dynasty Citadel, a UNESCO-recognised World Cultural Heritage site, in the central province of Thanh Hoa.
Landslides isolate Muong Lat district, traffic

Landslides isolate Muong Lat district, traffic

The authority of central province of Thanh Hoa said floods killed seven people; 128 houses collapsed and over 1,500 people had to move to safer places. Besides, many works and hundreds of hectares of vegetables were damaged by landslides.
Thanh Hoa province damaged seriously due to heavy rains, floods  ​

Thanh Hoa province damaged seriously due to heavy rains, floods ​

The central province of Thanh Hoa Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention, Rescue and Control said prolonged heavy rains which hit the province yesterday killed seven people and left 3 others missing in Muong Lat and Cam Thuy districts.
Farmers are sad because of the price of pineapple falls

Pineapple prices drop, causing farmers' lost

As the prices of pineapple became too low, traders did not buy, so farmers in the central province of Thanh Hoa abandoned havesting the crop, leaving thousands of hectares of pineapple ripe and rotten.
The citadel has four gates placed following the cardinal points. In the photo is the Tien gate, facing south. It consists of three entrances, each is 9.5 m tall and 15.17 m wide. (Photo: VNA)

Ho Dynasty Citadel opens for free during Tet

The Ho Dynasty Citadel, a World Cultural Heritage Site site in the central province of Thanh Hoa, will offer free entrance to both domestic and foreign tourists during February 15 – 17 or the first three days of the Lunar New Year.