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Valuable artefacts become national treasures

The Centre for Hue City’s Vestiges Preservation in the former imperial city has proposed that certain Nguyen Dynasty artefacts should receive National Treasure status.

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The changing face of Vietnam’s capital in history

Reading the glorious pages of Vietnam’s history, one is fascinated by, among other things, the role and position of the Hoa Lu ancient capital, now part of Truong Yen commune, Hoa Lu district, Ninh Binh province, in the development of the country.

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Hung Yen preserves ancient beauty, tranquillity

In the 13th century, Pho Hien was known to traders as a busy river port establishment. Three centuries later, merchants coming from China, Japan, the Netherlands and Britain developed Pho Hien into a bustling economic hub. However, due to changes in the Red River's current and the silting up of port water, Pho Hien was land locked and became a small town.

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