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There are three different sorts of attributes in the Trang An Landscape Complex property: archaeological sites and resources; historic structures and relics; and natural landscape and resources, especially geological heritage.  Trang An is not only a world heritage site but also a priceless destination in Viet Nam with the contribution of wild jungles, dramatic limestone karsts, unique grottoes and beautiful lakes near quiet villages, harvests and coved by a pristine tropical forest. With a wide area of over 10,000 hectares, Trang An has three special components including Trang An ecological tourist site, Tam Coc-Bich Dong attraction, and Hoa Lu Ancient Citadel. Together these three adjacent areas comprise the core zone of the heritage.The incredible system of caves is substituted with lake, beautiful river and swamp bringing a multi-colorful charming landscape. In Trang An, the flora and fauna systems are very diverse and unique in around the world with terrestrial as well as aquatic ecosystems. The terrestrial ecosystems have over 630 rare species of plants, 250 species of animals and numerous other species were recorded in Vietnam’s Red Book.Not only serving as a cradle of civilization of ancient Vietnamese, Trang An also used to house the first capital of the Vietnamese feudal and independent state, Hoa Lu, in the 10th century. The historical and cultural evidence is seen at historical sites, and in the architectural art of temples, pagodas, paddy-field landscapes, villages and sacred sites scattered over a large area of 10,000 hectares in Hoa Lu, Gia Vien, and Nho Quan districts.Archaeological sites are primarily located in caves and remain in a remarkably good state of on reservation, essentially undisturbed by human, animal or other agency. The historic structures and relics are for the most part intact and well preserved. The cultural importance of the property is generally recognized, and its historic attributes have been preserved and developed over a long period. methodical archaeological investigations in the Hoa Lu citadel precinct beginning in the 19 century have revealed numerous architectural features, including citadel ramparts, building foundations, courtyards, palace floors and important evidence of Buddhist shrines, while many thousands of artifacts have been recovered and rebuild with original materials. The environment and biodiversity over the greater part of the property are largely in a natural state and unaffected by human development or disturbance