Quang Tri Citadel
Nguyễn Tri Phương, Phường 2, Quảng Trị, 523700, Vietnam
About Quang Tri Citadel
Quang Tri citadel was built in 1809 by the order of King Gia Long. This relic site was severely damaged during the anti-American resistance war in 1972. In the 1990s, the Quang Tri provincial authorities restored the citadel. Nowadays, the citadel becomes a place to educate youths about the nation's revolutionary tradition and its patriotism.
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