The US Embassy has just announced a grant of USD 92,500 to conserve the stone vault and the south gate of the Ho Citadel in the northern province of Thanh Hoa. The U.S. Embassy’s Counselor for Public Affairs, Molly Stephenson, presents the grant to the Ho Citadel preservation project in Thanh Hoa Province Speaking at a ceremony held at the Ho Citadel on October 26, U.S. Embassy’s Country Public Affairs Officer, Molly Stephenson, said that this grant was provided through the U.S. Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation. Hồ Citadel South Gate in Thanh Hoa Province However, after 600 years, the area is facing serious erosion. At sites of erosion, large slabs have slid dozens of metres from the base of the wall.
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