PSNews - The Phu Yen Provincial People's Committee on April 1 held a ceremony to receive a special certificate from Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc that recognized Ganh Da Dia as unique national relic site.
|Ganh Da Dia
Recently, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc recognised Ganh Da Dia, also known as the Reef of Plates, in the central coastal province of Phu Yen as unique national relic site. Situated in An Ninh Dong commune of Tuy An district in Phu Yen province, Ganh Da Dia serves as a wonderful natural landscape that is geologically bespoke in the country.
Located approximately 30km from Tuy Hoa town, visitors are able to reach Ganh Da Dia by driving or riding. Featuring a rocky plate reef of 50 metres wide and over 200 metres long, Ganh Da Dia is a collection of many large rocks that evenly rise up in pentagonal shapes, with the site being formed by a volcanic eruption millions of years ago.
Most notably, 1998 saw Ganh Da Dia officially recognised as a national heritage site.
Other historical relics sites and attractions which have been regconised this time as special national relic sites include the memorial house for late President Ho Chi Minh in Thua Thien-Hue province, the Safety Zone II in Bac Giang province, Cai Chanh historical relic site in Bac Lieu province, An Xa Temple in Hung Yen province, Ha Hiep communal house in Hanoi, and Nguyen Xi Mausoleum and Temple in Nghe An province.
So far, Vietnam has boasted 119 historical relics regconised as national relic sites by the Prime Minister.By LB