Skeletal remains dating back 10,000 years have been found in the northern province of Ha Nam, marking the oldest human fossil ever unearthed in Vietnam.
A Roman-style arena where elephants and tigers were pitted against each other during the Nguyen Dynasty reign is being restored in the former imperial city of Hue.
The Shivling was discovered during a conservation project at Vietnam’s Cham temple complex in My Son Sanctuary. The Archeological Survey of India has been helping the Vietnamese government agencies in the preservation and restoration works in the ancient Hindu site.
External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar also congratulated the ASI on their discovery, which was excavated in an ancient Hindu temple complex in Vietnam.