Hanoi to preserve Vuon Chuoi archaeological site
- Archaeological traces affirm existence of early humans in Tuyen Quang
- Important archaeological discoveries at Thang Long Imperial Citadel
Vuon Chuoi was first discovered in 1969 by the Vietnam Archaeological Institute and has to date undergone several excavations.
Important findings proved that the first residents of the Red River Delta had settled here more than 3,500 years ago. The Vuon Chuoi relic contains artefacts belonging to different cultural layers.
In its first plan, the department suggests studying the protection of the 6,000 square meter relic area in the eastern part of the archaeological site.
The second plan states that the western part will then be preserved like the eastern part, and only flyovers should be built as part of the construction of the ring roads.
The Vuon Chuoi archaeological site is the most important and largest relic complex of the pre-Dong Son and Dong Son Cultures (700 BC – 100 AD).