After breakfast take the drive to the DMZ. The Vinh Moc Tunnels were constructed by residents of Vinh Moc and served as an underground village during the Vietnam War. The underground network consists of three levels and served all the community's needs, with a school, hospital, etc. Hien Luong Bridge crosses the Ben Hai River at the middle of the DMZ, marking the former border between North and South Vietnam. From 1954 to 1972, when the North Vietnamese Army pushed the border farther south, the bridge was painted with the two different colours. While peaceful and bucolic today, this historical sight is, for many, profoundly evocative. A simple monument stands on the north side of the bridge. Stop by the Mine Action Visitor Center in Dong Ha which belongs to Project RENEW - an NGO project, for an overview of how devastating the war was and how the remaining explosives left large swaths of land unusable – even to the present day. Housing exhibits, images and constantly updated documents, and professional tour guides, the Center provides visitors with information about the devastation of the Vietnam War, its consequences and the people's recovery from loss, pain and poverty, as well as efforts of the government, people, and international organizations to respond to this challenge. Continue to Hue.