The Cao Lo Vuong Temple in northern Vietnam, named after a royal engineer from the 3rd century BCE is currently being restored.
Ancient temple’s restoration begins
Viet Nam News, 27 January 2016
Work to restore Cao Lo Vuong Temple in the northern Bac Ninh Province has been officially launched.
The project involves the restoration and embellishment of the Cao Lo Vuong cultural and historical relic. The VND42-billion (USVND44,667 million) project is divided into three contract packages.
Launched on Monday, with nearly VND27 billion (VND29,034 million) provided by Bac Ninh’s department of culture, sports and tourism, the first contract package is managed by the Duy Linh Restoration and Construction Joint Stock Company.
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