A fund of VNĐ84 billion (US$3.6 million) has been reserved for the conservation of the ruined Điện Hải Citadel in the central city in 2020.
Archaeologists from Việt Nam Archaeology Institute and authorities in the central province of Thanh Hóa have just announced results of an excavation at Triệu Tường Mausoleum Relic Site proving the site’s historical significance.
Huế authorities have announced plans to evacuate 4,200 families out of the citadel walls and buildings in an attempt to stop illegal lodging on relics.
Scientists announced they have uncovered the structure of a wall at the 600-year-old royal Hồ citadel in the central province of Thanh Hóa’s Vĩnh Lộc District.
Around 500 families in Huế City in central province of Thừa Thiên-Huế will be removed from their homes and relocated to another part of the city.
The US Ambassadors’ Fund for Cultural Preservation will donate US$92,500 to renovate the Hồ Citadel in the central province of Thanh Hóa.
The central province of Thừa Thiên-Huế is having a headache removing illegal residents from the citadel’s walls located in its municipal city of Huế.
An excavation unearthed a section of foundation and wall of trench on the west and south of the Điện Hải Citadel in the city’s downtown following a restoration project starting last month.
Scientists and representatives of relevant organisations and local authorities in central Thanh Hóa Province have gathered to conduct surveys and hold a conference to discuss the damage to Hồ Citadel.