Khuc Thua Du temple – a national historical relic in Hai Duong province
The temple worshipping national hero Khuc Thua Du is a beautiful attraction in Ninh Giang District, Hai Duong Province. Situated next to the Luoc river, the national historical relic reflects the Vietnamese spirit of “remembering the source of the water we drink”.
Ca Mau province: Cao Dan pagoda recognized as national historical relic
Director of the southern Ca Mau provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism Tran Hieu Hung said that Cao Dan pagoda in Tan Loc commune, Binh Thoi district, has been…
Dong Nai: 2,000 year old ancient tomb recognised as national special relic site
The Dong Nai provincial People's Committee held a ceremony on November 22 to announce the Prime Minister's Decision and receive a certificate recognising the Cu Thach Hang Gon ancient tomb…
Visiting Phu Quoc Prison Relic   (Aug 04, 2016)
Visiting Phu Quoc Prison Relic
(TITC) - Located in An Thoi Town, Phu Quoc Island District, Kien Giang Province, 30km to the southeast of Duong Dong Town, Phu Quoc Prison Relic was also known as “The living hell” because American-Sai Gon puppet government used many brutal torture forms, such as nailing, barbed-wire cages, burying alive… to subdue Vietnamese revolutionaries’ fighting will.
Bac Ninh: Imperial tomb and temple of Kinh Duong Vuong
Kinh Duong Vuong, a Vietnamese historical legendary figure is considered the forefather of the Vietnamese nation who established the first state in 2879 BC. According to historical books, Kinh Duong Vuong helped unite the tribes some time before the reign of the Hung kings, who set up Van Lang state in the 7th century BC.
Quan Dai Temple recognised as national historical relic
The People's Committee of Quang Yen town in Quang Ninh province on July 22 received a certificate from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in recognition of Quan Dai Temple as a National Historical Relic.
Hue Festival - reclaimation journey programme draws thousands
Tens of thousands of people from Hue City and surrounding areas as well as tourists on June 10 joined a programme named “Hanh Trinh Mo Coi” which presents the nation’s journey to reclaim the lands in the south of the country from the 10th century to 1945.