First credential receipt venue receives certificate as national relic site
A ceremony was organised in Dai Tu district, the northern province of Thai Nguyen on August 31 to receive the certificate recognising Doi Giang area in Thang Loi village, Tien Hoi commune, the first venue to host a credential receipt ceremony of the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam (1945-1976), as a national relic site.  
Phu Yen: Hon Yen landscape cluster recognised as national relic site
The landscape cluster of Hon Yen in the central coastal province of Phu Yen has been recognised as a national relic site given its geological, cultural and historical values as…
Bo Da pagoda to be recognized as national relic site
The People’s Committee of Bac Giang province held a press conference on the organization of a ceremony to receive the certificate recognizing Bo Da pagoda in Viet Yen district as…
Foreign Ministry’ headquarters recognised as national relic site
The building served as the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) in Ha Noi received a certificate recognising it as a national relic site at a ceremony on August 26.
Thuong temple in Tuyen Quang honoured as national relic site
Authorities of northern Tuyen Quang province received a certificate recognising Thuong (Upper) temple as a national relic site during a local ceremony on March 24. 
Doi Cave in Cao Bang province becomes National Relic Site
The Doi Cave tourist attraction in Ha Lang district in the northern mountainous province of Cao Bang was awarded the National Relic Site title on November 26. 
Hai Duong’s Stork Island becomes national relic site
The People’s Committee of Thanh Mien district in northern Hai Duong province held a ceremony on November 16 to receive a certificate recognising its Dao Co (Stork Island) as a national relic site.
Hoa Binh’s cave recognised as national relic site
The Dau Rong (Dragon Head) cave system in Cao Phong district of the northern province of Hoa Binh was awarded a certificate recognising it as a national relic site on November 17.
Kho My Cave in Quan Ba (Ha Giang) recognized as a National Relic Site
(TITC) - On October 28, 2013, Quan Ba District organized a ceremony to receive the certificate recognizing Kho My Cave in Tung Vai Commune as a National Relic Site.