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53 plus rulers of Champa dynasty ruled the middle Vietnam for 900 years and built elaborate temples from the 4th century in wood and from the 7th century in stone, until their weakening and subsequent destruction by the 14 th century when the Minh kingdoms of Vietnam grew more powerful.

53 plus rulers of Champa dynasty ruled the middle Vietnam for 900 years and built elaborate temples from the 4th century in wood and from the 7th century in stone, until their weakening and subsequent destruction by the 14 th century when the Minh kingdoms of Vietnam grew more powerful.

http://ramdasiyer.travellerspoint.com/29/ 53 plus rulers of Champa dynasty ruled the middle Vietnam for 900 years and built elaborate temples from the 4th century in wood and from the 7th century in stone, until their weakening and subsequent destruction by the 14 th century when the Minh kingdoms of Vietnam grew more powerful.

http://ramdasiyer.travellerspoint.com/29/ 53 plus rulers of Champa dynasty ruled the middle Vietnam for 900 years and built elaborate temples from the 4th century in wood and from the 7th century in stone, until their weakening and subsequent destruction by the 14 th century when the Minh kingdoms of Vietnam grew more powerful.

A fine Champa bronze earring with four-sided image of a fish. Champa Kingdom, circa 12th-13th century A.D. Vietnam

A fine Champa bronze earring with four-sided image of a fish. Champa Kingdom, circa century A.

Standing Shiva or temple guardian (dvarapala), ca. first half of 10th century; Cham style of Khoung My or Mi Son  Vietnam (Champa)  Stone; H. 50 1/2 in. (128.3 cm)

Standing Shiva or temple guardian (dvarapala), ca. first half of century; Cham style of Khoung My or Mi Son Vietnam (Champa) Stone;

MySon temple, an ancient remnant of the once revered Champa kingdom.

The Colorful Lanterns of Hoi An’s Ancient City...

The Colorful Lanterns of Hoi An’s Ancient City Vietnam Solo Traveler’s Journal Part 2 Hoi An is a small town in the central coast of Vietnam, situated roughly half way between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh.

A Visual Guide to 11 of the World's Most Baffling Theme Parks | Atlas Obscura

A Visual Guide to 11 of the World's Most Baffling Theme Parks

Dam Sen Water Park

over view - Foto de Dam Sen Water Park, Cidade de Ho Chi Minh

Glass ornament. Sa-Huynh culture. 2nd century BCE approximately. The Sa Huynh culture is a late prehistoric metal age society on the central coast of Viet Nam. The uncovered artifacts show the Sa Huynh people were highly skilled craftsmen in the production of jewelry and ornaments made with hard stones and glass.

The Sa Huynh culture 1000 BCE - 200 AD, central coast of Viet Nam. Skilled in the production of jewelry and ornaments made with hard stones and glass.

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