Ky Lan temple notch, Ninh Binh, VietnamYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Trang An has been subjected to several cycles of sea inundations since the Last Glacial Maximum. The most extensive one took place during the Middle Holocene between 8000 and 4000 years ago when sea levels rose to 5.6 m above current sea levels. The sea eroded distinct notches out of the soluble limestone cliffs, which occur throughout the limestone massif. At Ky Lan Temple, two distinct notches can be seen at 3.7m and 4.7m.