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Book on village saints in Hanoi published

Book on village saints in Hanoi published

The National Political Publishing House has just released a new book featuring profound studies on legends of 130 village saints in Thang Long – Hanoi.

Hanoi’s culture center promotes old quarter heritage

Hanoi’s culture center promotes old quarter heritage

VOV.VN - Hanoi’s Culture Center has become an increasingly popular destination for domestic and foreign tourists. The center was inaugurated in 2015 as part of the city’s efforts to promote its historic Old Quarter.

Hanoi launches writing contest to encourage reading

Hanoi launches writing contest to encourage reading

VOV.VN - A writing contest to look for ambassadors of reading culture has been officially launched in Hanoi as part of the project “Let’s Read” by the Vietnam Intellectual Cooperation Centre (VICC), aiming to promote reading culture in Vietnam.

Annual architecture prizes awarded

Annual architecture prizes awarded

The Loa Thanh Award ceremony recently held in the imperial citadel of Thang Long presented nearly 50 outstanding graduation projects of students majoring in architecture and construction.

Archaeologists hail 356 findings

Archaeologists hail 356 findings

The country's leading archaeologists met over the weekend during a 3-day conference held in Hue City, which included announcements describing new archaeological discoveries.

More vestiges found in Thang Long Citadel

A series of traces revealing the most sufficient evidence of cultural layers dating from the 11th century to 20th century have been detected in the Kinh Thien Palace of the Thang Long Imperial Citadel’s central section.

Hanoi hosts grand requiem for world peace

Hanoi hosts grand requiem for world peace

(VOV) - A grand requiem was held at Hanoi’s Thang Long Citadel on May 10 to pray for repose of those who fell victim to the past wars and natural disasters.

Japan helps with Thang Long Citadel preservation

Japan helps with Thang Long Citadel preservation

(VOV) -The Nara National Research Institute for Japanese Cultural Properties is researching and developing preservation technology tailored to the priceless wooden relics within Hanoi’s Thang Long Imperial Citadel.