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The Nhon Thanh Linga - Yoni wooden statue in Can Tho city is recognized as a national treasure
Date: 04/02/2020

The Prime Minister has signed decisions to designate 27 more valuable artifacts and groups of artifacts as “national treasures” (the 8th batch of earning recognition in 2019).

In particular, the Linga - Yoni wooden statue dated at 5th century belongs to Oc Eo ancient culture. The artifact is currently preserved at the Museum of Can Tho city and has been recognized as a national treasure.

The Prime Minister requested the Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism; chairs of the municipal and provincial People’s Committees holding national treasures, heads of ministry-level and government-level agencies as well as related organizations to manage national treasures in line with legal regulations on cultural heritages within their authority.

 


Source: Can Tho Portal - Translated by Hoang Dat


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