The foundation of a Cham temple tower dating back to the 10th century has been unearthed at a 500-square meter site in Phong Le Village of Cam Le District, Danang City.
Excacation work began last month, the Saigon Gia Phong newspaper reported Thursday.
Vo Van Thang, director of the Danang Museum of Cham Sculpture, said the museum's experts together with archaeologists from Hanoi are working on the relic site.
The site covers an area of 256 square meters, consisting of four corners of the tower, three side doors, and one main gate.
Director Thang said that apart from the vestiges of the foundation, no other artifact has been found so far.
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