Created 14 March 2019
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Art brings back the glory for the pottery village

Thirty-four-year-old ceramist Doan Manh Viet, wearing a casual T-shirt and shorts stained with colour, is working diligently on a large painting while his staff are busy preparing a new batch of clay for the kiln.

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Created 12 March 2019
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Relic site in Da Nang gains back its position (Video)

Many historical relic sites have been damaged or even fallen into oblivion over the years. Dien Hai Citadel in Da Nang city is no exception. Yet, with local authorities and people’s determined efforts, the relic site has been restored and preserved.

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Created 13 February 2019
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German conservationist’s love for Hue heritages

58 year-old Andrea Teufel is a German specialist in restoring antiques. Over the past 15 years, she has been working to restore paintings in the world heritage site in the central province of Thua Thien Hue.

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Created 13 February 2019
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Photos of war to defend northern border 40 years ago

Four decades ago, on February 17,1979, the Vietnamese Party, people and army had to face a war of aggression across the entire northern border.

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Created 24 January 2019
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Archaeologists announce findings at ancient citadel

Scientists announced they have uncovered the structure of a wall at the 600-year-old royal Ho Citadel in the central province of Thanh Hoa’s Vinh Loc District.

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Created 16 January 2019
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History Museum displaying shipwreck artifacts

The largest-ever exhibition of 500 artifacts from sunken vessels dating from the 15th to 18th century will take place at the Vietnam National Museum of History from January 18 to May 18.

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Created 04 January 2019
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Vietnam adds 22 additional artefacts to national treasure register

An additional 22 artefacts have been recognised as national treasures under a recent decision by the Prime Minister, raising the total number of national treasures to 164.

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Created 28 November 2018
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Thang Long Royal Citadel explored through woodblocks

VietNamNet Bridge – King Gia Long from Phu Xuan (now Hue) royal city found that Thang Long Citadel was too big, so he issued an order to build a new, smaller one in 1805.

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Created 31 August 2018
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Archeologists unearth more Champa structures in central Vietnam

Remains of towers and other relics dating back 1,000 years found as excavations resume at known site.

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Created 16 July 2018
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Hue sets global example for cultural heritage preservation

VOV.VN - Hue, the capital of the Nguyen dynasty, is home to not only Vietnam’s last ruling monarchy in 143 years, but also to a number of priceless tangible and intangible heritages such as palaces, royal tombs, garden houses, art forms and royal cuisine.

   

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