Cát Tiên archaeological site

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Cát Tiên archaeological site is located in Vietnam
Cát Tiên Sanctuary
Cát Tiên Sanctuary
Location of Cát Tiên Holy Land.

Cát Tiên archaeological site or Cát Tiên Sanctuary (Vietnamese: Thánh địa Cát Tiên) is an archaeological site located between the two sectors of Cát Tiên National Park. Accidentally discovered in 1985, this site ranges from Quảng Ngãi Commune to Đức Phổ Commune, with the main archaeological artefacts concentrating in Quảng Ngãi, Cát Tiên District, Lâm Đồng Province, southern Central Highlands. The unknown civilization which developed this site inhabited it between the 4th century and 9th centuries AD.[1]

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Artefacts from the site:

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  1. ^ Relics tell story of medieval-era Central Highlands civilisation

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Coordinates: 11°31′42″N 107°23′56″E / 11.52833°N 107.39889°E / 11.52833; 107.39889