VietNamNet Bridge – After a survey and diving tour in Binh Chau near Quang Ngai province in central Vietnam, international experts have praised the area as unique because of its many mysterious ancient sunken ships.
During an international seminar on underwater archeology in Vietnam and Southeast Asia, held in Quang Ngai province last week, hundreds of scientists and underwater archeologists conducted a survey and a scuba diving tour in Binh Chau.
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