The Mỹ Sơn Sanctuary is a remarkable architectural ensemble that was built over a period spanning the 4th to the 13th centuries. The Hindu tower-temples of the My Son Sanctuary are located in the mountainous Duy Xuyên District of Quảng Nam Province, in central Vietnam. A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1999, conservation of the My Son monuments began in the early part of the 20th century soon after their re-discovery by French archaeologists. During the ensuing wars, many tower temples were damaged. In 1968 much of the Sanctuary was destroyed by the United States Air Force who tried to remove the Viet Cong in the area by carpet bombing the entire complex and much of the jungle around it.
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