via VNA/Vietnam Plus, 12 November 2023: The Sa Huynh civilization relic site in Quang Ngai, Vietnam, is currently being considered for UNESCO World Heritage recognition. This site includes six locations: Thanh Duc, Long Thanh, Phu Khuong, Champa cultural relic complex, An Khe swamp, and An Khe dam on Cua Lo river, covering an area of over 500 hectares. Additionally, four more areas are being added to the UNESCO submission: Sa Huynh, Ly Son, Binh Son, and Son Ha.
The relic site consists of six locations, namely Thanh Duc, Long Thanh, Phu Khuong, Champa cultural relic complex, An Khe swamp, and An Khe dam on Cua Lo river. The protected area includes Zone I and Zone II, covering an area of over 500ha.
The site in the dossiers to be submitted to UNESCO will cover additional four areas, namely Sa Huynh (sea gate), Ly Son (island), Binh Son (ancient ship graveyard), and Son Ha (mountain valley).