Culture

The victory statue of Thuong Duc

This construction has been classified as a national historic monument, including the statue, traditional house, blockhouse system. Situated in an important location in military strategy, Thuong Duc was changed into a great military base by Americans and considered as a steel gate protecting Dai Loc-Da Nang. Thuong Duc victory was a stepping-stone to attack the View more

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Ngok-Ta-Vak Fort

This place records the victories of Kham Duc – Ngok-Ta-Vat over the Americans. This fortification has three main parts. On the top of the hill is the site of the old headquarters and an artillery combat field surrounded by barbed wire; to the west of the fortification was a heliport, and to the southeast was View more

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Nuoc Oa Historical Military Base

Considered as the primary regional revolutionary base during both the American and the French wars, it was also the political and military headquarters for Military Zone 5 during the American war (1960-1973). It was a place where many important revolutionary meetings took place, and training courses for the cadre were held. This place is divided View more

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Phuoc Tra relics

From 1973-1975, during the final stages of the war with America, this area was the General Headquarters of the region’s Party Committee and the Command Post of Military Zone V. The relics displayed here include 250 objects from the war with America, a bunker system for hiding, living, and working. There are also the house of View more

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Axòo tunnel

Built between 1965 and 1970, the Axòo Tunnels consist of 5 sections: the Abuôl Tunnel in Acấp hamlet; the Tâm Abóc Tunnel in Arớt hamlet; the Bhnơm Tunnel, the Lbơơi Tunnel in Axòo hamlet, and the Chrun tunnel in Anoonh hamlet. The Bhnơm Tunnel was dug in a Z-shape, is over 70 km in length, View more

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Ky Anh tunnel

Ky Anh tunnel is one of the three biggest tunnels nationwide. This 32km long tunnel was dug continuosly for two years from 1965 to 1967. Inside the tunnel, there are many hideouts used for medical care, food storage, and operation. It is considered as a strong fortress of local army and people during the anti-US View more

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Bang An Tower

According to the content of stone stele found in Bang An, King Bhadravarman II built Linga Paramesvara (Supreme God – another name of Siva) for worshipping Shiva in the 12th century. Bang An is the only Champa tower with octagonal shape still exists today and the symbol of survival and development. Activities: – Visiting the View more

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Chien Dan Tower

Chien Dan Tower is 03 km from Tam Ky city and 50 km from Hoi An city. Chien Dan Tower is a group of three towers arranged on a North – South axis. Three towers are in the square bases and their roofs gently taper as they reach towards the sky. Built between the 11th View more

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Khuong My Tower

Khuong My relic consists of 3 towers, aranged along a north-south axis. Khuong My towers were built in tradditional Champa architecture, roof includes 3 layers, the bottom and midle layers are the same, but the middle layer is smaller. The top of tower was made of sandstone. Arches are decorated with stylized plants, leaves twisted. View more

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The Museum of Sa Huynh-Champa culture

Put into operation in 2009, located on the route leading to My Son Sanctuary, the Museum of Sa Huynh-Champa is one of the rare places where the objects of Sa Huynh and Champa residents’ daily life and activities are displayed, especially the famous pottery collection. Activities – Visiting the objects of Sa Huynh and Champa View more

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