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Valuable vestiges unearthed near Emperor Le Dai Hanh’s temple

Many vestiges of historical value have been unearthed at an archaeological site near the temple dedicated to Emperor Le Dai Hanh of the early Le Dynasty.

The archaeological site covers an area of 600 square metres on a field located to the south of the temple in Ninh Binh Province’s Hoa Lu District, a former capital of Vietnam.

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At the site.

The excavation is being undertaken by the Ninh Binh Department of Culture and Sports and the Institute of Archaeology and is scheduled for completion by the end of 2021.

Once the results are announced, there will be more artefacts and materials to supplement the region’s historical and cultural values, helping tourists learn more about Vietnam’s former capital from the tenth century.

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Source: NDO

Valuable vestiges, unearthed, Emperor Le Dai Hanh’s temple, historical value, archaeological site, early Le Dynasty
 
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