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Ancient stone tortoise discovered in Hue (June 02, 2005)
 An ancient stone tortoise, which is thought to date from the Nguyen Dynasty, has been found recently in the central Thua Thien – Hue province – the ancient imperial capital in 18th and 19th centuries.
Ancient Thang Long forbidden palace excavation site visited (November 06, 2003)
 VietNamNet - Today, reporters in the NA meeting had a chance to visit the excavation site of the ancient Thang Long forbidden palace, situated next to the Press Room of Ba Dinh meeting hall. The visit was organised by Press Centre of the NA Office.
Ancient urns unearthed in Sa Huynh (June 28, 2003)
 Archeologists have discovered more than 30 ancient urns and other artifacts from the Sa Huynh Culture.
Ancient village keeps its traditional stone carving craft (July 07, 2004)
 Travellers to the Marble Mountains, near central Da Nang city, usually pay a call at the Non Nuoc stone carving village, where marble statues are produced. Over the past 400 years, Non Nuoc has become known at home and abroad for its fascinating products.
Another cable car system to take shape at Huong Pagoda (August 06, 2003)
 Work began on a cable car system at the Huong (Perfume) Pagoda in northern Ha Tay province on Tuesday.
Another monk corpse discovered (April 06, 2004)
 A 283 year-old corpse of a monk has been uncovered in Tieu pagoda in Tuong Giang commune of northern Bac Ninh province.
Ao Dai fully illuminates the beauty of Vietnamese women (Januray 02, 2005)
 The image of Vietnamese women has often been closely associated with the traditional long dress or Ao Dai. The dress appears to be made uniquely to highlight Vietnamese women’s charm and gentleness.
Archaeological site finds unique jewellery in Quang Nam (April 25, 2003)
 Vietnamese and German archaeologists have found a precious collection of jewellery - the most unique in Southeast Asia - during an excavation in the central province of Quang Nam.
Archaeological site yields new finds (April 11, 2003)
 A great variety of surprising and interesting information about the Cat Tien archaeological site in Cat Tien district, Lam Dong province was discovered during the sixth excavation by the Archaeology Centre of the Ho Chi Minh City-based Social Science Institute.
Archaeological site yields new finds in An Giang province (May 20, 2003)
 The Ministry of Culture and Information has recognised two archaeological sites: Nam Linh Son Tu (Nam Linh Mountain Pagoda) and Go Cay Thi (Thi Tree Hill) in Vong The commune of Thoai Son district in southern An Giang province as historical relics of national level, bringing the province's such relics to 26.

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