Viet Nam has nine more national relics
Update: Mar 20, 2014
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has recognised nine historical and archeological vestiges and landscapes as national relics.

Xa Nhe Cave

They include Do Can Temple in Pho Yen district, northern Thai Nguyen province; Tham Khuong Cave archeological relic in Tuan Giao district and Xa Nhe Cave in Tua Chua district, northern Dien Bien province; Dan Pioong Cave in Vi Xuyen district, northern Ha Giang province; and Doi Cave in Ha Lang district, northern Cao Bang province.

Also on the list are the base of the Logistic Department of the South Vietnam Liberation Army in Loc Ninh district, southern Binh Phuoc province; and the tomb of poet Phan Huy Chu in Hanoi ’s Ba Vi district.

The northern province of Nam Dinh has two recognised relics namely An Trach Temple in Hai Hai district and Tuan Luc Temple in Truc Ninh district.

Viet Nam now has more than 3,000 recognised national relics.