via Vietnam Plus, 26 March 2021: Archaeologists investigate a cave in northern Vietnam that was used by people in the late Holocene.
Archaeologists have recently found various traces of prehistoric people who lived some 10,000 years ago in Doi Cave, Nho Quan District in the northern province of Ninh Binh.
Nguyen Cao Tan, deputy director of the provincial Culture and Sports Department, said experts from the Vietnam Archaeology Institute, the Vietnam History Institute and the department have done research at the cave as part of a research project on the region stretching from Boi River junction to ancient Hoa Lu Citadel in the period of the beginning of Christian Era to the establishment of Dai Co Viet – the first feudal state of Vietnam (in 968).
The cave is located by the Na River, near Bai Ngo Mountain, Dam Bai village, Gia Tuong commune, Nho Quan district. The entrance of the cave is some 30m higher than the nearby rice field surface.