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Germany helps restore Hue’s historical sites

The restoration of Buu Thanh gate and screens of King Tu Duc’s tomb in the central city of Hue, have been completed under a German-funded project.

 

Thang Long Under The Early Le Dynasty(1428-1527)

Following the victory of the Lam Son insurrection, the early Le Dynasty officially began.

   

Thang Long Combating the Chinese Ming Invanders (1406-1428)

When the Tran Dynasty fell into decline, Ho Quy Ly usurped the throne and established the Ho Dynasty (1400-1407). He set up a new capital in Thanh Hoa, named “Tay Do” (Western Capital), and renamed [ … ]

   

Thang Long Under The Tran Dynasty (1009-1225)

After two centuries of rule, the Ly Dynasty went into decline and was succeeded by the Tran Dynasty that restored political and social order. The Dai Viet civilization continued to develop. The Tran [ … ]

   

Thang Long Under The Ly Dynasty (1009-1225)

At the end of 1009, at Hoa Lu (Ninh Binh province), Ly Cong Uan ascended the throne, taking the name King Ly Thai To, establishing the Ly Dynasty. Next year he moved the capital to Dai La Citadel (H [ … ]

   

Hang Bai Street

Hang Bai Street stretches all the way from Dinh Tien Hoang – Trang Tien crossroad to Ham Long Street. This is originally the location of Hau Lau, Huu Vong, Vu Thach Ha and Ham Chau hamlets.

   

Hanoi's Prehistoric Period

Archaeologists have found in Co Loa Commune cut and polished pebbles quite similar to those found in Lao Cai, Nghe An and Ha Tinh Provinces. These pebbles are remnants of cutting and grating tools u [ … ]

   

Thang Long Under The Mac, Restored Le And Late Le Dynasties(1527-1788)

The Confucian model of absolute monarchy in Vietnam gave rise to two contradictions: o­ne among the various factions of the ruling class, and the other, between the elite and the people. During the [ … ]

   

1000-year Chinese Domination

During the Han-ruling period, Au Lac was divided into three provinces: Giao Chi, Cuu Chan and Nhat Nam. Hanoi belonged to Giao Chi but it was not mentioned in the history books of the first five cen [ … ]

   

Historical banyan tree restored back to life

The Tan Trao banyan tree has recently come back to life, said the deputy director of Tan Trao Cultural, Historical and Ecological Tourism Area, Ly Manh Thang.

   

Traditional handicrafts threatened by oblivion

Traditional handicraft products sold during Tet holidays such as fruit jams, flowers and ceremonial bronze incense burners have not yet gained popularity with people in Ho Chi Minh City.

   

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