Four relics in Hanoi recognised as national architectural relics

NDO – Hanoi has had an additional four relics recognised as national architectural relics, according to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST).


The recognised relics include Trang Temple in Lien Bat commune, Ung Hoa district; Nguyen Ngoc Tri Temple in Hat Mon commune, Phuc Tho district; Doan Xa Communal House in Dong Tien commune, Ung Hoa district; and Thap Pagoda in Ha Bang commune, Thach That district.

In addition, the MCST classified Phu Lam Communal House in Phu Lam ward, Tuy Hoa city, Phu Yen province and as a national architectural relic while Mai Bang Temple in Nghi Thuy ward, Cua Lo town and Dien Co Temple in Nghi Truong commune, Nghi Loc district in Nghe An province were also recognised as national historical relics.

The ministry asked the People’s Committees in localities where the recognised relics are located to enhance State management over the relics in accordance with legal regulations on cultural heritages as authorised.