VOV.VN - Ho Chi Minh city has an incredibly diverse urban cultural heritage, accumulated over more than 300 years of development. These heritages have the potential to become main tourism products, playing an important role in the preservation and development of the city’s unique values and culture.
Among the diverse and beautiful caves, mountains, lakes and historical relics in the northern province of Ninh Binh, the Trang An scenic landscape complex is sure to give visitors a chance to put your mind at rest in a peaceful atmosphere like in heaven.
VOV.VN - The ATK site in Dinh Hoa district of the northern province of Thai Nguyen is an important historical and revolutionary –war zone relic which can help to educate the younger generations about patriotism and the revolutionary sprit.
VOV.VN -Quang Ngai province in central Vietnam saw fierce fighting during the war. The province’s historical and cultural relics attract many tourists and are evidence of the local people’s great contributions to national liberation.
VOV.VN-Vietnamese people in the Red River Delta believe in going to the market to pray for luck.
VOV.VN - Hai Duong province in the Red River Delta is considered to be the cradle of the Vietnamese culture. The province embraces an age-old culture and history.
The Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee has approved the detailed master plan for the Saigon – Ba Son complex in District 1 to be developed by the Ministry of Defence-owned Ba Son Corporation.
The Institute of Archaeology under the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology has contributed remarkably to the research of national history, sovereignty and traditional cultural values.
(VOV) -A mysterious ancient citadel, once know as the capital of the entire country, is seen among other historical relics in Hạ Mỗ commune on the outskirts of Hanoi.
(VOV) -Hanoi and the Lazio region of Italy on May 24 signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation during a Hanoi delegation’s current visit to Italy.
(VOV) - The southern province of Kien Giang has welcomed more than 3.8 million of tourirsts so far this year, up 3.25 percent compared to last year’s figure.