Temple - tower in My Son was built and renovated continuously from the 7th century to the 13th century. Architectural art here clearly manifests the characteristics of important styles in the Champa art transformation process. Champa dynasties, after ascending the throne, often built or renovated the temples of the previous kings to pay respect to their predecessors and the protective deities of the kingdom. Normally, the temple and the tower are only restored on the outside wall, while the inside of the tower is preserved. With special values of architectural and sculpture art, along with typical cultural and historical values of the Cham people in history, in 1999, My Son relic was recognized and honored by UNESCO a world cultural heritage. This book introduces readers to the historical, cultural and artistic values of My Son relic.