New discoveries at Cham tower complex in Southern Vietnam

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New discoveries, including carved stone figures and other structural features were uncovered during the excavation of the Duong Long Towers in the southern Vietnamese province of Binh Dinh. The 12th century Cham towers are thought to be devoted to the Hindu god, Shiva, and also thought to be the highest of its kind in Southeast Asia.

Cham towers’ dig yields valuable insights
Viet Nam News, 19 Jan 2009
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