• Photo: PM Nguyen Xuan Phúc offers incense on the 230th Dong Da victory anniversary. VNA Photo: Thống Nhất
    Photo: PM Nguyen Xuan Phúc offers incense on the 230th Dong Da victory anniversary. VNA Photo: Thống Nhất
  • Photo: PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc hands over the certificate to recognise Dong Da mount as a national relic to Chairman of the Hanoi People's Committee Nguyen Duc Chung. VNA Photo: Quang Quyết
    Photo: PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc hands over the certificate to recognise Dong Da mount as a national relic to Chairman of the Hanoi People's Committee Nguyen Duc Chung. VNA Photo: Quang Quyết
  • Photo: Hanoians and pilgrims around the country gather at the ceremony. VNA Photo: Quang Quyết
    Photo: Hanoians and pilgrims around the country gather at the ceremony. VNA Photo: Quang Quyết
  • Photo: A view of Hanoi's ceremony to celebrate the 230th Dong Da victory. VNA Photo: Quang Quyết
    Photo: A view of Hanoi's ceremony to celebrate the 230th Dong Da victory. VNA Photo: Quang Quyết
  • Photo: A view of Hanoi's ceremony to celebrate the 230th Dong Da victory. VNA Photo: Quang Quyết
    Photo: A view of Hanoi's ceremony to celebrate the 230th Dong Da victory. VNA Photo: Quang Quyết
  • Photo: Perfoming the rituals to commemorate King Quang Trung at the 230th Dong Da victory anniversary. VNA Photo: Thống Nhất
    Photo: Perfoming the rituals to commemorate King Quang Trung at the 230th Dong Da victory anniversary. VNA Photo: Thống Nhất
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on February 9 (the 5th of the first lunar month) offered incense at a Hanoi ceremony to celebrate the 230th Dong Da victory by King Quang Trung against the Qing invaders. Dong Da mound in Hanoi’s inner district of the same name, where corpses of Qing invaders were buried, stands as a symbol of the long-lasting tradition of patriotism of the Vietnamese people. At this year’s ceremony, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc handed a certificate to recognize Dong Da mound as a special national relic. VNA Photo

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