Scientists from the Institute of Imperial Citadel Studies (IICS) studied and excavated the relic site of Thăng Long Imperial Citadel in Hà Nội for more than a decade, and they recently released the results.
Lý Sơn Islands, 30km off the coast of Quảng Ngãi Province, should be transformed into a ‘green’ pearl in the ocean, a low carbon site, an international Geo-Park with vestiges of ancient volcanoes and a rich fishing culture.
New archaeology discoveries in an excavation area of nearly 1,000sq.m to the northwest of Kính Thiên Palace at the Imperial Citadel of Thăng Long in Ha Noi were announced on Thursday.
The restoration of Kính Thiên Palace, the most significant structure of the Imperial Citadel of Thăng Long, should be accelerated no matter what the cost, according to Associate Professor Nguyễn Quang Ngọc, Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Association of Historical Sciences.
Hứa Mountain, which is located in the middle of rice fields in Ruộng Village, Đại Bình Commune, Đầm Hà District, in the northern province of Quảng Ninh, is home to thousands of storks of various kinds.
A unique exhibition in downtown Hà Nội is featuring Bãi Cọi in the central province of Hà Tĩnh, a special archaeological site bearing the characteristics of the Đông Sơn (800BC-200BC) and Sa Huỳnh (1,000BC-200) civilisations.
Archaeologists have discovered four places with traces of ancient brick tombs at a local school in the northern province of Ninh Bình, according to local authorities.