Kon Tum – once come

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Kon Tum – once come

Kon Tum is a border province located in the northernmost part of the Central Highlands, along with Dak Lak, Gia Lai, Dak Nong, and Lam Dong, forming the majestic Heart of the Central Highlands. Kon Tum is a symbol of stability, resilience and national pride. As one of the cradles of Central Highlands culture, Kon Tum brings together distinct cultural identities with specific customs and traditions such as gong festival, buffalo stabbing festival, grave leaving ceremony, and new rice celebration. … jubilant and majestic epic songs.

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Communal house – a typical architecture of ethnic groups living in the Central Highlands

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Wooden church

Kon Tum wears the green shirt of the great mountains, enhanced with the majesty of the high mountains and large waterfalls, sowing a sense of pride in the hearts of those who come to this place for the first time at the majestic but also poetic beauty of this place. land. Nature has endowed Kon Tum with many beautiful landscapes, with the Mang Den pine forest considered a “second Da Lat” with endless pine hills running along the mountainside; Chu Mom Ray National Park has the stature of Southeast Asia, Dak Snghé waterfall climbs over rocky rapids and Kon Klor suspension bridge connects villages. Kon Tum also has the gentle Dak Bla River, the Dak To hot spring that warms the hearts of tourists, and the roofs of communal houses quietly hidden among the dreamy drifting clouds. Coming to Kon Tum means coming to the glorious and heroic history pages of the Central Highlands people, there is the majestic Dak To relic, the once heroic Dak Glei prison, the Ho Chi Minh trail that made history… and More realistically, here is the Hero Nup who once fought for the longevity of the Vietnamese Fatherland… all of which adorn a fanciful and majestic Kon Tum from ancient times until now.

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Provincial leaders visited the Martyrs' Cemetery and the Stele House to honor the martyrs of Division 10 Provincial leaders visited the Martyrs' Cemetery and the Stele House to honor the martyrs of Division 10 Provincial leaders visited the Martyrs' Cemetery and the Stele House to honor the martyrs of Division 10 Provincial leaders visited the Martyrs' Cemetery and the Stele House to honor the martyrs of Division 10 Provincial leaders visited the Martyrs' Cemetery and the Stele House to honor the martyrs of Division 10

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