The ancient Champa people were raised to be "The Masters of Art in Building with Brick". So far the technique in building the ancient temple towers of Champa remains controversial. The bricks were smoothed and laid closely and securely without mortar. My Son's value is also reflected in the art of lively and fine sculptures and carving on brick stone from the images of deities, priests, dances, plants, animals and sacrifices.

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My Son Vietnam: Over 68 separate structures have been discovered in the My Son area. My Son Vietnam: The architecture is unlike anything seen in other South East Asian cultures. My Son Vietnam: Guide explains the historical significance of the area. My Son Vietnam: Altar inside one of the temples. My Son Vietnam: Intricate vaulted brick ceiling. My Son Vietnam: Archaeologists have divided the area into town major groups. My Son Vietnam: My Son was used as a base by the Viet Cong during the war. My Son Vietnam: Artifacts on display inside on of the monuments. My Son Vietnam: Sandstone sculpture. My Son Vietnam: Sandstone sculpture. My Son Vietnam: Hindu influence is evident in this sculpture. My Son Vietnam: Wall motifs. My Son Vietnam: Not one of the first wheels but it goes back a long way. My Son Vietnam: There are many sculptures on display, My Son Vietnam: The cow is a potent symbol in Hinduism. My Son Vietnam: Rich vegetation surrounds the area.
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