My Son is one of the most historically significant sites in Vietnam. The history of this area covers the period from the 3rd to 12th century when the Kingdom of Champa ruled. My Son was a burial place for Cham monarch. Some claim that this area is as significent as Angkor (Cambodia); Bagan (Myanmar); Ayuthaya (Thailand) and Borobudur (Java). The buildings reveal the intricate brick structures which form an intricate part of the Champa architectural style.
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