Three more relics recognized as province-level historical relics
Update1/10/2020 2:49:59 PM
Photo: Tran Dinh Ba tomb
Photo: Tran Dinh Ba tomb
On December 26th, 2019, Chairman of the People's Committee of Thua Thien Hue province promulgated Decisions No. 3329/QD-UBND, 3330/QD-UBND and 3331/QD-UBND to recognize three province-level historical relics.

Accordingly, the three newly-recognized relics are Tran Dinh Ba tomb and clan ancestral house (Quang Phu commune, Quang Dien district; Phong Hien commune, Phong Dien district); Lum Chanh Dong site (Thuy Chau ward, Huong Thuy town); Chau Huong Vien (Phu Thuong commune, Phu Vang district).

The tomb and clan ancestral house are associated with the life and career of mandarin Tran Dinh Ba under Nguyen Dynasty. Artifacts stored at the relics, namely antithetical couplet, horizontal lacquered board, etc. showed the tradition of a family and cultured land. It is the priceless source of architecture, history, culture and art which enables young generations to learn about the history and culture of the ancestors.

Chau Huong Vien is a familiar destination of Hue Singing artists and enthusiasts. It is famous for Ung Binh Thuc Da Thi (1877 - 1961) - a well-known Tuong singing composer. The composer contributed to the establishment and development of classical Hue Singing. It was his artworks that Hue singing has been diversified and developed. Thanks to patriotic artists, the traditional art has been unceasingly conserved and developed. 

Lum Chanh Dong is a typical example of militay base in delta area. Located in the South of Hue city, Lum Chanh Dong's natural terrain enabled armed force to carry out battleplans. It was also the place where military force gathered before heading to the mountainous areas. The relic dates back victories, heroic soldiers and the resilience of Vietnamese soldiers and people.

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