Vietnam’s final documentation for the proposal to include the royal citadel of Thang Long (Hanoi) has been submitted to the Unesco World Heritage Committee.
Document on Thang Long Royal Citadel Site sent to UNESCO
Voice of Vietnam, 19 January 2009
The Conservation Centre for Co Loa and Hanoi citadels on January 19 submitted documentation to the United Nations Educational, Scientific Organisation (UNESCO) to apply for the recognisation of the Thang Long Royal Citadel Site as a World Heritage Site.
The set of documents on Thang Long Royal Citadel Site was written in both Vietnamese and English, including 9 sections and 162 pages, along with 8 appendices, a 45-minute film and 84-photo slideshow.