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The special national relic site of the Lam Kinh ancient royal capital of the Later Le Dynasty in Thanh Hoa's Tho Xuan District harbours mysterious tales about one of the most significant Vietnamese feudal reigns.

Pagoda with unique architecture in north Vietnam

Keo Pagoda, which was built in 1632 in the Le dynasty, is one of the oldest in Vietnam where ancient architecture has been preserved.

Film project on Le, Ly dynasties launched

A film project about the Early Le and Ly dynasties has been launched in HCM City. 

A royal rite to welcome the peace and prosperity of spring

The ritual “Tien Xuan Nguu” of the Le Trung Hung Dynasty (16th to 18th centuries), a unique rite in the old court has been re-enacted at the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long in Hanoi.

Chuong Pagoda features historical values in north Vietnam

Chuong (or Bell) Pagoda in the Red River Delta province of Hung Yen bears historical values of the land in northern Vietnam.

Le Dynasty’s historic canal recognised as National Relic

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Le Dynasty’s canal running through central Nghe An Province has received the title of National Relic.