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The 'green treasures' in an 800-year-old pagoda

Pho Minh Pagoda - a famous pagoda in Nam Dinh province - is the home to "priceless green treasures".

Con Son-Kiep Bac: Land of Vietnam’s revered figures

The Con Son-Kiep Bac special national relic, which stretches over 8,000 hectares in eight communes in Hai Duong province, honors a page of Vietnam’s history.

Three national treasures on display at Quang Ninh Museum

Three national treasures are being showcased at the Quang Ninh Museum in the northeastern province of the same name.

The wisdom of renowed Tran Dynasty identities honoured

 VietNamNet Bridge – The humane military thoughts of renowned figures and generals in the Tran Dynasty (1225-1400) were the content of a recent talk jointly held by the Institute of Military Humanities and Social Sciences

Photos: Unique vestiges at Tran Dynasty’s palace

A series of vestiges found in the Tran Temple and Lang Ngoi ward in Hung Ha district, northern Thai Binh province, has revealed evidence about the position of the Lo Giang royal palace built in the Tran Dynasty in the 13th century.

Passion and time make a rich collector of antiques

 VietNamNet Bridge – To get rich, it does not necessarily require people to spend a lot of time. With luck, it can be one, two or three years. For antiques collectors, to get rich in their own sense, it may take a lifetime.

In pictures: 500-year-old artifacts from Binh Chau wreck

More than 500 years after the explosion that wrecked the ship carrying ceramic items in the waters of Binh Chau commune, Quang Ngai Province, hundreds of antiquities from the wreck were picked up from the seabed on June 4.

The story of the oldest epitaph in Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge – The inscription carved on a cliff recording the victory of the King’s father Tran Minh Tong is one of the most special epitaphs of feudal historians. Seven centuries have passed but the rock inscription still looks fresh.