The director of the Binh Thuan Province Museum in Vietnam talks about their recent archaeological finds from the Champa period.
Relics unravel Cham history
Vietnam Net, 13 December 2012
The Champa Kingdom reigned over the central coast of modern-day Viet Nam between the 4th and 13th centuries.
Remnants of its culture include towers, folk songs and dances and traditional festivals.
Recently, two ancient walls were discovered by archaeologists working on the preservation of the Po Tam Tower area in Tuy Phong District, the earliest tower in the central region, ranked a national heritage in 1996.
Po Tam heritage site has six towers: two already collapsed and four have been seriously downgraded.
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