Archaeologists have recently unearthed wooden stakes that are thought to have been planted in a river in the coastal city of Hai Phong to repel Yuan-Mongol invaders' boats and secure the Bach Dang River victory in 1288 for Dai Viet (then Vietnam).
A recent international workshop held in the northern province of Thai Binh once again confirmed the value of Lo Giang Palace built during the Tran Dynasty (1225-1400).
Following the construction of Quoc Tu Giam Temple of Literature in Hanoi, which is seen as Vietnam’s first university, in 1070, many temples of literature were built across the nation. Xich Dang temple of literature in the northern province of Hung Yen is one of them.
A clay mould in the form of a Bodhi leaf, dating back 700 years, has been unearthed among other valuable antiques at an excavation site in the central province of Ha Tinh.
A range of spring festivals are taking place in the north of Vietnam as locals wish for a year full of happiness, health and prosperity.
The northern coastal province of Quang Ninh, which hosts the National Tourism Year 2018, hopes to welcome 12 million visitors this year, including five million foreigners, and earn 22 trillion VND (968 million USD).
Hundreds of artists from 16 art troupes gathered at the second Van singing festival which opened in the northern province of Bac Giang on October 25.
The Tran Temple Festival, one of the biggest annual spring festivals in Vietnam, opened at the national special historical complex of the Tran Kings’ shrines and tombs in Tien Duc commune, Hung Ha district, in Thai Binh, on February 9 (the 13th day of the first lunar month).
An archeological excavation at the relic site Pu Luon Xe in hamlet 7, Tan Linh commune, Luc Yen district in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai led to the discovery of a kiln making building materials said to belong to the Tran Dynasty.
VOV.VN - Located in the southeast of the Red River Delta, Nam Dinh province retains many traditions, customs, beliefs, festivals, traditional crafts, and historical and cultural relics. The province has become a popular tourist destination in recent years.
An exhibition themed “Cultural heritages and antiques of Luong Son district” opened at the cultural house of Luong Son district, northern Hoa Binh province, on October 3.
The 2016 Con Son-Kiep Bac Autumn Festival, held in Hai Duong Province, is expected to attract an estimate of nearly 30,000 visitors this year, according to the event’s organisers.
The Prime Minister has issued Decision No. 1717/QD-TTg on the establishment of Tran Nhan Tong Institute on the campus of the Hanoi-based Vietnam National University.
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 and Nam Dịnh Province’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
A scientific seminar, entitled Sac Menh Chi Bao (Wooden Seal found in an Archaeological Excavation at Thang Long Royal Citadel in 2012-14), was held late last month.
The Tran Thuong Temple in the northern province of Ha Nam received a certificate recognising it as a special national relic site at a ceremony on February 21 attended by Vice President Nguyen Thi Doan.
The Tran Temple Festival will open in the northern Thai Binh province from the 13th to the 16th of the first lunar month, or February 20 to 23.
The practice of Mother Goddess worship in the modern society was the topic of an international symposium held in the northern province of Nam Dinh on January 6.
The latest findings in a relic site in the northern province of Thai Binh believed to be the Lo Giang Palace built during the Tran dynasty in the 13th century was announced on December 20.
Archeologists have found traces of large-scale architectures dating back from the Tran dynasty (1225-1400) at the Thang Long Royal Citadel.