Dai Tu district to digitize 3 more historical sites
|The location receiving the first credentials of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (in Tien Hoi commune) is one of the three historical sites that are going to be digitized by Dai Tu district this year.|
In order to maximize the value of historical, cultural heritages and landscapes associated with tourism development, in recent years, Dai Tu district has digitized a number of historical, cultural relics and landscapes in the area.
Accordingly, along with detailed information about the origin and historical significance of the monuments, each historical site is shown in the form of panorama and full-angle images to create a sense of lively, authentic and close. Thereby helping viewers have easier access to the monuments, feeling like being directly to that place, contributing to the education of traditional history, bringing the relics closer to tourists.
Up to now, 6 relics and landscapes in the district have been digitized including: the July 27th National historical site in Hung Son town; The relic of President Ho Chi Minh's living and working place at Thanh Truc hill, Ban Ngoai commune; Vietnam Youth Volunteer Historical Site in Yen Lang commune; The location where the first Communist Party facility of Thai Nguyen province was established in La Bang commune; The location where the first congress of the Vietnam General Confederation of Labor, the Vietnam Youth Union, the Vietnam Women's Union was organized in Phu Xuyen commune and the landscape of Kem stream in La Bang commune.
From now to the end of the year, the district plans to digitize 3 more historical sites in the area, namely: Thien Tay Truc Pagoda - Truc Lam Tay Truc Monastery in Quan Chu Commune; the location receiving the first credentials of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam in Tien Hoi commune; Cuom village temple in Minh Tien commune.