The Trang An Landscape Complex is recognized as a World Cultural and Natural Heritage Site in 2014.

Speaking at a press conference to announce the celebration, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Tran Song Tung said that the celebration will be held in many places to honor, promote and spread the heritage’s values in association with sustainable tourism development, towards turning Hoa Lu into a millennial heritage urban. The celebration will be also an occasion for the province to review outstanding achievements in heritage conservation in the last ten years and outline policies and measures for better heritage management and conservation in the coming time.

Among celebrating activities, a ceremony will be held on April 26 to honor the achievements and contributions of organizations and individuals in managing, preserving, promoting, and spreading the heritage values. The event is expected to attract over 5,000 people.

Other activities are planned to take place from January to September, including the traditional lunar New Year (Tet) festival, seminars, a tourism week, exhibitions, a food festival, and song-composing and writing contests about the province and the Trang An Landscape Complex.

The Trang An Landscape Complex was recognized as a World Cultural and Natural Heritage Site in 2014. The site spans 12,252 ha in 20 communes and wards in five districts and cities of Ninh Binh, comprising the Hoa Lu Ancient Capital, the Trang An-Tam Coc-Bich Dong Scenic Landscape, and the Hoa Lu Special-Use Forest.

Source: VNA