Jan 08, 2015 / 14:33

Hanoi's 3 special national relics recognized

The Hanoitimes - KTĐT - The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has just presented a record to the Prime Minister for consideration and recognising 14 historical, architectural and archaeological relics nationwide as special national relic sites.

KTĐT - The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has just presented a record to the Prime Minister for consideration and recognising 14 historical, architectural and archaeological relics nationwide as special national relic sites.
In which, Hanoi has 3 relics, including: Thay Pagoda and the rocky area of Sai Son (Hoang Son and Phuong Cach in Quoc Oai district); The Soc Temple architectural relic site in Soc Son district; The Tay Phuong art architecture relic site in Thach That district.

 
Thay Pagoda
Thay Pagoda
Bac Ninh has two monuments: The Temples and Tombs of Kings of Ly Dynasty’s in Tu Son commune, northern Bac Ninh province and The Phat Tich Pagoda historical-architectural relic site in Tien Du district, Bac Ninh province. 
9 new special national relic sites include: The Temples and Tombs of Kings of Tran Dynasty’s (1225-1440) in Hung Ha district, northern Thai Binh province; The Tay Son-Tam Kiet Temple in Tay Son district, the central Binh Dinh province; The Rach Gam- Xoai Mut Victory historical relic site in Chau Thanh district, southern Tien Giang province; The Son La prison historical relic site in Son La city, the northern province of Son La;
The Phu Quoc prison historical relic site in Phu Quoc island district, southern Kien Giang province; The Vinh Moc Tunnel and the Vinh Linh tunnel village system in Vinh Linh district, central Quang Tri province; The Ba Trieu Temple historical-architectural relic site in Hau Loc district, central Thanh Hoa province; The Pho Hien relic complex in Hung Yen city, the northern province of same name; The Cat Tien archaeological site in Cat Tien district, the Central Highlands of Lam Dong.
By this time, with a total of 3,258 national monuments ranked by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, 48 architectural and archaeological relics nationwide have been recognised as special national relic sites.