14 November 2007 (Viet Nam News, VietNam Net Bridge) – The Xom Ren archaeological site yielding artefacts some 4,000 years old is included in Vietnam’s National Heritage register. Vietnam is also preparing the paperwork to submit the site for inclusion as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Xom Ren archaeological site becomes a national relic
On November 12th, the northern province of Phu Tho held a ceremony to receive a certificate for national relics recognition for the Xom Ren archaeological site in Gia Thanh commune, Phu Ninh district.
This also includes graves belonging to the Phung Nguyen cultural period dating back 3500 to 4000 years.