Located at No. 1A Li Zizhong Street. The city was built from 1813 to 1828. Its purpose is to guard Da Nang City. In order to commemorate the unyielding and strong historical process of Da Nang City, the giant elephant of General Ruan Zhifang was built here.
The scenic spots are quaint, but Vietnam’s protection of these is really weak, and it feels like a broken house.
There is also an ancient city of Dianhai in Da Nang city. I thought it was a large-scale ancient city. When I went to see it, I was disappointed. It felt like a courtyard, far from being an ancient city. For a long time, the walls were very mottled and there were many bullet holes.
The so-called Dianhai Ancient City, there is only a row of walls and two cannons left on the scene. If that’s the case, I’m definitely a bad review, but inside the wall is the Da Nang Museum. This is okay, 20,000 tickets, 6 yuan per person, yes, that’s right, 6 yuan, children are free, the conductor can’t find change, and finally Give 2 dollars. It’s about the history of Da Nang. The Vietnamese defended the French army here.
In the ancient city, there were no Vietnamese characters 400 years ago, all in Chinese. The ancient city suffered severe damage during the Vietnam War. Many of the city walls were blown apart, leaving only a large hole.
The ancient city of Dianhai looks a bit dilapidated among the tourist attractions in Clamgang, but it is also a witness of Vietnam's experience of several wars. Now you can still see the obvious traces of the war from the ancient city, with bullet scars, many places There is no repair, but the original historical outlook.
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