Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex has many scenic relics that have been ranked as particularly important national relic sites such as Trang An eco-tourism area, Tam Coc Ninh Binh, Bai Dinh pagoda. , Hoa Lu ancient capital… The link between these tourist areas is Hoa Lu special-use forest on limestone mountains and a system of rivers, lakes and lagoons with an area of about 12,000 hectares. TrangAn Scenic Landscape Complex (Ninh Binh Province) has many scenic relics that have been ranked as particularly important national relic sites such as TrangAn eco-tourism area, Tam Coc – Bich Dong tourist area, Bai Dinh pagoda. , Hoa Lu ancient capital… The link between these tourist areas is Hoa Lu special-use forest on limestone mountains and a system of rivers, lakes and lagoons with an area of about 12,000 hectares.
Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex near Tam Coc Ninh Binh is currently the representative of Vietnam to be a world heritage candidate with outstanding values of natural landscape, cultural history and geological tectonics. This place is expected to become the first mixed world heritage site in Vietnam with both cultural and natural criteria. TrangAn is also a place invested to become an international tourist area. Trang An scenic complex was discovered to have 30 prehistoric archaeological relics. Research results show how prehistoric people adapted to major environmental and landscape events. From at least 23,000 years to the present, several prehistoric cultures have evolved continuously in this area, from the Paleolithic through the Neolithic to the Iron and Bronze Ages. Dr. Masanari Nishimura, through prehistoric archeological research on TrangAn Scenic Landscape Complex, confirmed: 5,000-6,000 years ago, there was a big earthquake in TrangAn and the ancient Vietnamese people in Trang An experienced many changes. changes of nature to adapt and develop to this day, creating a value about a Trang An culture.
Trang An core area covers an area of more than 4,000 hectares, which is a special protected area of the landscape. This special protection area is included in the planning of TrangAn tourist area near Tam Coc Ninh Binh with an area of 12,000 ha. TrangAn scenic complex is located near national highways 1A, 38B, and 12B and in the water quadrangle bounded by rivers: Hoang Long river in the North; the Chanh River in the East; The He River in the South and the Ben Dang River in the West. On summer days, coming back to Trang An is indeed an interesting thing for visitors to mingle with the coolness of nature, learn the history and culture of one of the “masterpiece” regions of Vietnam.
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