History & culture
The Long Wall of Quang Ngai in March 2011 - The Long Wall of Quang Ngai (Vietnamese: Trường lũy Quảng Ngãi), Truong luy, or the Great Wall of Vietnam is a 127.4-kilometre (79.2 mi) rampart extending from Vietnam's Quảng Ngãi Province in the north to Binh Dinh Province in the south. It is the longest monument in Southeast Asia...
Vĩnh Lăng stele (replica). Height: 330 cm, breadth: 280 cm. Stone, erected in the 6th year of Thuận Thiên reign (1433). Early Lê dynasty, ancient capital of Lam Kinh, Thanh Hóa province, central Vietnam. Inscribed by Nguyễn Trãi. Commemorative element. Inscription showed on biography of Lê Lợi, leader of Lam Son uprising (1418-1427) against Ming invaders from China, from beginning to final victory and him becoming the first king of the Early Lê dynasty in 1428.