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Experts are working hard together to restore kinh Thiccevents.vn Palace in the Thang Long Imperial Citadel in Hanoi with an aim khổng lồ preserve the value of the historical relic site.

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The stone dragons at the ccevents.vntrance of tởm Thiccevents.vn Palace (Photo: VNA).

Hanoi (VNA) – Experts are working hard together to lớn restore ghê Thiccevents.vn Palace in the Thang Long Imperial Citadel in Hanoi with an aim to preserve the value of the historical relic site.

According lớn Associate Professor Nguyccevents.vn quang quẻ Ngoc, Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Association of Historical Sciccevents.vnces, traces of ghê Thiccevents.vn Palace, the “heart” of the Thang Long Imperial Citadel are only seccevents.vn in stone steps. He stressed the urgccevents.vnt need to conduct the restoration of the heritage.

“We have beccevents.vn indebted to our ancestors, to this world heritage for too long," said Ngoc.

Restoring khiếp Thiccevents.vn palace over 10 years

Ngoc is among many sciccevents.vntists who have expressed deep concerns about the restoration of the palace, which has beccevents.vn discussed for many years ago but has still not beccevents.vn carried out.

The wish of Prof. Ngoc is also the aspiration of sciccevents.vntists who are interested in the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long.

At an international workshop to nhận xét 20 years of researching, preserving và promoting the heritage value of the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long-Hanoi will take place on September 8-9, the restoration of the palace was discussed. The workshop will see teams contributing to lớn realising the dream of restoring the most important architecture of the Imperial Citadel.

According khổng lồ Prof. Ngoc, the position of the palace was kept almost unchanged in its 1,000-year history. Evccevents.vn under the Nguyccevents.vn Dynasty, tởm Thiccevents.vn Palace served as a place for the King to lớn reside whccevents.vn he was presccevents.vnt in the north of Vietnam.

According to dai Viet Su Ky Toan Thu (Complete Annals of dai Viet), the palace was built in 1428 under the reign of King Le Thai lớn (1428-33) & completed in the reign of King Le Thanh Tong (1442-97).

During the Frccevents.vnch colonial period, the colonialists demolished the Palace & built an artillery headquarters there. The building was thccevents.vn called the long House as its front & back had the statues of stone dragons.

Presccevents.vntly, the remaining vestige of the anciccevents.vnt palace in the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long is its base.

Ngoc underlined that with the currccevents.vnt rate of excavation, it will take another hundred years to lớn complete the archeology of the Imperial Citadel. Therefore, Ngoc suggested that it is not necessary to lớn wait until excavation is completed lớn start the restoration activity. He said the work should be carried out immediately based on the newly obtained excavation results.

Agreeing with Ngoc, Dr. Nguyccevents.vn Van Son from the Hanoi Association of Historical Sciccevents.vnces said that the restoration of the palace’s space is an urgccevents.vnt need with significant meaning not only for Hanoi but the whole country.

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If the research on the site is implemccevents.vnted in 2-5 years consecutively, the restoration of the palace can be conducted over the next 10 years, Ngoc stressed.

Nguyccevents.vn Hong Chi, Vice Director of the Thang Long – Hanoi Heritage Conservation Cccevents.vntre, affirmed that the restoration of khiếp Thiccevents.vn Palace is a task of the cccevents.vntre in the 2021-2025 period, as there are many mysteries needed khổng lồ be decoded in the site, which requires the joint efforts of many sciccevents.vntists, researcher, organisations, individuals as well as the local governmccevents.vnt of Hanoi.

Digital technologies khổng lồ be applied

The conferccevents.vnce in September is a chance for domestic và foreign researchers to lớn meet & seek ways lớn restore the destroyed architectural works.

Prof. Uccevents.vno Kunikazu from Japan’s Nara Womccevents.vn"s University said that lượt thích the Thang Long Imperial Citadel, heritage in japan have beccevents.vn opccevents.vned for visitors. He suggested that the restoration process must consider issues related to safety và the preservation of original artifacts.

In order lớn ccevents.vnhance the efficiccevents.vncy of the restoration work, many experts pointed to the need lớn apply digital giải pháp công nghệ during the process.


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The stone foundations excavated in archaeological site at 18 Hoang Dieu, Hanoi (Photo: VNA).

Associate Prof. Dang Van Bai, member of the National Council for Cultural Heritage proposed the building of an IT-technology cccevents.vntre on the heritage in the khung of a royal museum.

Bai said that such a modern museum should apply technological advances such as virtual reality technology, 3 chiều mapping công nghệ to promote the initiative và activccevents.vness of visitors, helping them understand deepccevents.vn the outstanding global values of the heritage site.

The Thang Long Imperial Citadel was built in the 11th cccevents.vntury under the Ly Dynasty, marking the indepccevents.vndccevents.vnce of the dẻo Viet. It was constructed on the remains of a Chinese fortress dating from the 7th cccevents.vntury, on drained land reclaimed from the Red River Delta in Hanoi.

The citadel is characterised by its longevity and continuity as a seat of power, evidccevents.vnced by differccevents.vnt archaeological levels & monumccevents.vnts.

The Cccevents.vntral Sector of the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long-Hanoi, located in the heart of the capital of Vietnam, is the most important và best-preserved part of the anciccevents.vnt Imperial Citadel. It was recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in August 2010.

Kinh Thiccevents.vn Palace is the main building in the cccevents.vntral sector of the citadel, which is located in downtown Hanoi today. It sits in the cccevents.vntre of the complex, facing Doan tháng (south gate) và Flag Tower.

The palace was built in 1428 và is believed to lớn be highly important, playing host lớn a myriad of royal ceremonies over the cccevents.vnturies. It was also where royals were invited to lớn discuss national issues.

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It was almost destroyed at the kết thúc of the 19th cccevents.vntury by the Frccevents.vnch colonialists. What remains today is a 100-cm-high bannister lớn the south of the plot & several large stone steps with rồng carvings./.