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Can Gio speeds up land handover for Giong Ca Vo archaeological site

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The People’s Committee of HCMC’s Can Gio District has delegated functional departments and the People’s Committee of Long Hoa Commune to promptly implement site clearance, compensation and hand over land for the preservation and restoration project of Giong Ca Vo archaeological site before September 30.

Can Gio speeds up land handover for Giong Ca Vo archaeological site ảnh 1 At the Giong Ca Vo archaeological site 
The district’s authorities have asked functional units to install signboards on main streets, including Ruang Sac, Tam Thon Hiep, An Thoi Dong, Ly Nhon, leading to tourist areas and historical sites.
On September 21, the Department of Culture and Society of the HCMC People’s Council had a working session with the People’s Committee of Can Gio District on the preservation work of Giong Ca Vo archaeological site.
The supervision delegation led by Head of the Department of Culture and Society of the HCMC People’s Council, Cao Thanh Binh highly appreciated the good status of the heritage and suggested the city’s agencies and Can Gio District to urgently carry out legal procedures and form preservation and restoration project of Giong Ca Vo archaeological site for research and tourism.
Can Gio speeds up land handover for Giong Ca Vo archaeological site ảnh 2 Many artifacts dating back about 2,000 - 2,500 years have been discovered at the Giong Ca Vo archaeological site in HCMC’s Can Gio district.
Can Gio speeds up land handover for Giong Ca Vo archaeological site ảnh 3 The supervision delegation led by Head of the Department of Culture and Society of the HCMC People’s Council has a working session with the People’s Committee of Can Gio District on the preservation work of Giong Ca Vo archaeological site.

By Hoai Nam – Translated by Kim Khanh

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