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Truong Sa archipelago - the nation’s sacred territory

Last update: 15:06 | 02/05/2018

In April 2018, Giai Thanh, a reporter from Nhan Dan Newspaper, joined a delegation of local leaders from relevant localities for a visit to the nation’s outpost on Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago. Following are inspiring images of the nation’s sacred territory as seen through the reporter’s lens.


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A panoramic view of Truong Sa Lon (Big) Island. 


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Sunrise on Song Tu Tay Island.

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Soldiers transfer necessities to Da Nam Island.

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A panoramic view of Nui Le B Island.

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Pupils on Sinh Ton Island in an art exchange with the visiting delegation.

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A large elementary school on Sinh Ton Island.

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A national landmark on Truong Sa Dong Island.

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A soldier on Truong Sa Dong Island tends to his vegetable garden.

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Soldiers participate in an exchange with the delegation.

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Soldiers spend spare time with their pet dog.

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A panoramic view of Truong Sa Lon (Big) Island.

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A memorial house dedicated to late President Ho Chi Minh on Truong Sa Lon Island.

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Paying tribute to fallen soldiers who sacrificed their lives to protect the nation’s sovereignty over its seas and islands.


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