(BGO) – Located about 50km north of Hanoi, Bac Giang has long been well-known for numerous beautiful landscapes and historical relic sites that are closely linked with the foundation and safeguarding of the nation.
Bac Giang was once considered a fence and one of the four defence walls of the former Thang Long capital city (now Hanoi), with resounding feats of arm going down in the country’s history of fighting invaders.
Hoang Hoa Tham Special National Relic Site in Yen The.
With more than 2,000 relic sites, including many recognised as special national relics, Bac Giang boasts high potential for tourism development, especially cultural and historical tourism. Bac Giang thu Bay (Bac Giang Saturday) Newspaper would like to introduce some impressive destinations in the journey to the roots in Bac Giang province.
Ha Temple Festival in Tan Trung commune, Tan Yen district.
Xuong Giang Festival in Bac Giang city marking the 589th anniversary of the Xuong Giang Victory.
Memorial stele house in Noi Dong Mu, Hoang Van commune in Hiep Hoa district, where the first Party cell of the district was formed.
Communal house of Xuan Bieu village, Xuan Cam commune (Hiep Hoa district), where the first uprising order of the August Revolution 1945 was issued.
The sportsmanship shown in rivaling-for-ball festival during the Can Tram-Ho Cat Festival in Lang Giang.
Gieng village historical relic site in Song Van commune (Tan Yen district), where the first Party Congress of Bac Giang was held (June 1948).
Tan An commemorative area (Yen Dung), where President Ho Chi Minh talked with locals during his visit in 1961