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    Hai Ba Trung Temple

    The Hai Ba Trung Temple, founded in 1142, is 2km south off-loan Kiem Lake on Pho Tho Lao (see Central Hanoi map).A statue here shows the two Trung sisters (1st century AD) kneeling with their arms raised, as if to [...]

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    Dau Pagoda

    Located at the end of Gia Phuc Village, Nguyen Trai Commune, Thuong Tin District, Hanoi. Dau Pagoda is famous for the two bronzes’ Xa Loi bodies: Vu Khac Minh and Vu Khac Truong. A visit to Dau Pagoda helps visitors [...]

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    Ngoc Son Temple

    Ngoc Son (Jade Mountain) Temple, founded in the 18th century, is on an island in the northern part of Hoan Kiem Lake (see Old Quarter map). Surrounded by water and shaded by trees, it is a delightfully quiet place to [...]

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    Quan Su Temple Hanoi

    Quan Su Temple was built in the 15th century under the Le dynasty. At that time there was no Buddhist temple here but some cottages used as a place of worship. According to Hoang Le nhat thong chi, during Emperor [...]

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    Tay Dang Communal House Hanoi

    The Tay Dang Communal House was built in the late 16th century in the Ba Vi District. It features five main rooms, four roofs and 48 columns. The top of each column is decorated with pictures of dragons, unicorns, turtles [...]

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    Tay Phuong Pagoda Hanoi

    Located in Yen Village, Thach That District, about 35 km from central Hanoi. It is also an exposition gallery for many national engraving and sculpture masterpieces. The pagoda was built in the 8th century and has been restored several times [...]

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    One Pillar Pagoda

    Location: One Pillar Pagoda is on Chua Mot Cot Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi. Characteristic: The One Pillar Pagoda is a cultural and historic relic, unique for its architectural features. Hanoi’s famous One Pillar Pagoda (Chua Mot Cot) was built [...]

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    Perfume Pagoda

    The Perfume Pagoda (Chua Huong) is about 60km south-west of Hanoi by road. The pagoda is a highlight of the Hanoi area and should not be missed. The fun boat trip along the scenic waterways takes about three hours. A [...]

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    Thay Pagoda Hanoi

    The pagodas arc about 30km south-west of Hanoi. Hanoi’s cafes catering to budget travellers can arrange combined day tours or the Thay and Tay Phuong pagodas. Thay Pagoda (the Master’s Pagoda), also known as Thien Phuc (Heavenly Blessing), is dedicated [...]

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    A Hundred Compartment Pagoda

    Located in Tien Lu Village, Chuong Mỹ District. It is an impressive construction and history immerse the visitor immediately: its multi-pillared temples, ornate altars, leisure areas, where mandarins would play chess with live human pieces . Tram Gian Pagoda, also [...]

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    Tram Pagoda Hanoi

    Located in Phung Chau Commune, Chuong My District, about 25 km from central Hanoi. Nature has endowed Mt. Tu Tram with picturesque caves and caverns. Long Tien is the most beautiful cave. Mt. Tu Tram is indeed a precious gift [...]

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    Ambassadors’ Pagoda Hanoi

    The Ambassadors’ Pagoda is the official centre or Buddhism in Hanoi, attracting quite a crowd – mostly old women – on holidays. During the 17th century, there was a guesthouse here for the ambassadors of Buddhist countries. Today, there are [...]

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