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Tam Chuc Pagoda Complex recognised as national site

Tam Chuc Pagoda Complex in the northern province of Ha Nam has been recognised as a national heritage site, according to the latest announcement of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

Located in the town of Ba Sao, Kim Bang District, the complex sits on the foundations of the ancient Tam Chuc Pagoda, which dates back to the Dinh Dynasty more than 1,000 years ago.

Tam Chuc Pagoda Complex recognised as national site

Tam Chuc Pagoda Complex recognised as national site.

Covering 5,000ha, the complex is divided into many parts, such as the Jade Pagoda on the peak of That Tinh (Seven Stars) Mountain, Tam Chuc Temple, and Tam The Pagoda (The Main Hall of Buddhas of the Three Times).

Tam Chuc Pagoda Complex is among 12 heritages that were recently listed as national sites by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

The remaining 11 sites included the Lat Son base, the worshipping site of writer Nam Cao, and Bat Canh Son scenic site in Ha Nam Province; President Ho Chi Minh’s memorial site in Quang Ninh Province; Hao Kiet Temple in Nghe An Province; and the worshipping site of general Hoang Ke Viem in Quang Binh Province; among others.

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Source: NDO

Tam Chuc Pagoda Complex recognised as national site
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