Chùa Thái Lạc
Xã Lạc Hồng,, Lạc Hồng, Văn Lâm, Hưng Yên, Vietnam
About Chùa Thái Lạc
Thai Lac Pagoda is in Lac Hong commune, Van Lam district, Hung Yen province. The pagoda belongs to Tu Phap Pagoda system, worshiping Buddha and Phap Van. The pagoda is famous for its sculptures from the Tran dynasty.
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Hưng Yên is a province in the Red River Delta of northern Vietnam. Throughout the historic periods, ancient forebears have left in Hung Yen thousands of valuable relics. Those architectural works are temples, pagodas, communal houses, shrines, tombs, etc.