Citadel of the hồ dynasty

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The National Tourism Year năm ngoái themed “Connecting world heritages” is launched on late April 3 in central Thanh Hoa province that houses the Ho Dynasty Citadel, a world cultural heritage site.

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The Ho Dynasty Citadel was recognised by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage site in 2011. The recognition has brought pride và a great joy lớn the Vietnamese people while paying homage to lớn the great historical values left by the Vietnamese ancestors.The Ho Dynasty Citadel was the cultural centre of the capital of Vietnam giới in the late 14th century và early 15th century và a political, economic and cultural hub of the northern part of the central region of Vietphái mạnh from the 16th to lớn the 18th century.It was built in 1397 in the two communes of Vinc Tien và Vinc Long in Vinc Loc district, Thanh hao Hoa province with the supervision of the Tran dynasty"s top mandarin, Ho Quy Ly. He later occupied the citadel when he forcibly took the throne in 1400, changing the country"s name from Dai Viet lớn Dai Ngu.Unlượt thích many other citadels that were built from bricks, the citadel was built with huge stone slabs from nearby mountains. It features four arched gates facing east, west, north và south. The large stone slabs required a new building technique that workers installed without the use of any mortar.The citadel buildings represented an outstanding example of a new style of Southeast Asian imperial cities. The citadel"s grounds include the Hoang Nguyen, Dien Tho and Dong Cung palaces, which were linked by roads paved with stone.


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The citadel itself includes buildings such as the Dan Nam Giao (a platsize used for offerings lớn the heavens), Dong Mon communal house and Tam Tong temple ahy vọng other structures. However, after several centuries, almost all of the citadel"s main structures have sầu been seriously damaged, while the wall and four main entrances are still well preserved.The Citadel of Ho Dynasty has been attracting more and more tourists since it was recognised as a world cultural heritage site.Each year, the relic welcomes about 70,000 visitors.In recent years, the Ho Citadel has gradually revealed more valuable historical items. Notably, the basic but quite comprehensive architecture of Nam Giao Esplanade has been unearthed in an area of over one thousvà square metres. The researchers claimed the esplanade is presently the most intact in Vietphái nam with a series of vestiges such as the Than Dao Road & the King’s well, drainage system. Based on the unearthed vestiges, Thanh Hoa province has reconstructed the large-scale Nam Giao esplanade.Archaeologists have sầu unearthed the Hoang Gia (Royal) road (also known as Hoe Nnhì road) at the southern gate of the citadel with a unique structure. So far, Hoang Gia road has existed intact with a length of about 2km. In addition, the discovery and retìm kiếm of ancient stone exploitation work in An Ton Mountain in Vinc Yen commune và Xuan Dai Mountain in Vinc Ninch commune have sầu special importance in clarifying doubts of the origin of the materials exploited và used khổng lồ build the Ho citadel.The National Tourism Year năm ngoái is expected lớn attract 5 million domestic & foreign visitors.


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