Vietnam has six national monuments are ranked
On May 24, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Ngoc Thien signed the decision on the ranking of national monuments for 06 relics in the provinces of Hai Duong, Ben Tre, Quang Nam, Quang Ninh, Nghe An and Tien Giang.
Accordingly, 6 relics national ranking this time include:
1. Architectural vestiges of Hue Tri Pagoda, An Phu Commune, Kinh Mon District, Hai Duong Province (in Decision No. 2075 / QD-BVHTTDL).
2. An architectural vestige of Long Phung Temple, Long Dinh commune, Binh Dai district, Ben Tre province (in Decision No. 2076 / QD-BVHTTDL).
3. Archaeological site of Thanh Chiem Stronghold, Dien Phuong Commune, Dien Ban Town, Quang Nam Province (Decision No. 2077 / Q?-BVHTTDL).
4. Historical vestiges of Dong Trieu, Dong Trieu precinct and Hong Phong communes, Dong Trieu town, Quang Ninh province (Decision No. 2078 / QD-BVHTTDL).
5. Archaeological relics of Dong Truong cave, Hoi Son commune, Anh Son district, Nghe An province (in Decision No. 2079 / QD-BVHTTDL).
6. Monument of architectural art of Dong Hoa Hiep ancient village, Dong Hoa Hiep commune, Cai Be district, Tien Giang province (in Decision No. 2080 / QD-BVHTTDL).
According to the decisions, the monument protection area is determined in accordance with the record and the zoning map of the protected area in the record. At the same time, people's committees at all levels where relics are classified, within the scope of their tasks and powers, shall perform the state management of monuments under the provisions of law on cultural heritages.