Đền Hoàng Bà
Unnamed Road, Hoàng Hanh, Tiên Lữ, Hưng Yên, Vietnam
About Đền Hoàng Bà
One of the popular Buddhist pagoda which was located in the Ha Nam province. Duc Hoang Temple worships Le Trang Tong, a unique architectural work, located in Yen Son commune, Do Luong district , Nghe An province . A lot of tourists visit this place every day.
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Ha Nam Province has a long wet rice civilization and diverse folk culture, expressing through cheo singing, chau van singing, hau dong, especially dam singing. Lying in the southwest of the north delta, being an agricultural province, Nam Dinh people still preserve many ancient religious forms worshiping in their spiritual life.