Category:Cổ Loa Citadel

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Co Loa Citadel 
Citadelle de Cổ Loa.jpg
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Instance ofarchaeological site
Location Vietnam
21° 06′ 48.27″ N, 105° 52′ 23.54″ E
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古螺城 (yue); citadelle de Cổ Loa (fr); ป้อมปราการโก๋ลวา (th); Cổ Loa (pl); 古螺 (zh-hant); Cidadela de Co Loa (pt); 古螺 (ja); Cổ Loa (vi); Co Loa Citadel (en); 꼬 로아 (ko); 古螺城 (zh); Co Loa (sv) archeologische vindplaats in Vietnam (nl); archäologische Stätte in Vietnam (de); Di tích lịch sử (vi) Thành Cổ Loa (vi); Co Loa (fr); 古螺 (zh); 꼬로아 (ko)
English: Cổ Loa Citadel (K'la, Kẻ-La, 古螺 / Cổ-loa ; means the White Chicken 白鶏) is a citadel in present-day Hanoi's Donganh district, about 16 kilometers (10 mi) northeast of downtown. It was erected during the end of the Hongbang dynasty (about 257 bce). The fortress is a spiral-shaped complex of the then new capital. The site has been the source of various relics of the Dong Son culture of the Bronze Age.

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