Bac Ninh Province - 8 Attractions You Must Visit
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About Bac Ninh Province
Bac Ninh, the smallest province in Red River Delta Vietnam, is located in the Northern key economic region. Bac Ninh Province is famous for Quan Ho folk songs. Previously, Bac Ninh is the center of the Kinh Bac region. Currently, there are 41 notable festivals in Bac Ninh including the major festivals such as Dau Pagoda Festival, Lim Festival, Ba Chua Kho Festival.
Types of Attractions in Bac Ninh Province
List of Attractions in Bac Ninh Province
Bac Ninh Cathedral
The diocese of Bac Ninh is a Roman Catholic diocese of Vietnam. The bishop position is vacant since June 2006. The creation of the diocese in the present form was declared on November 24, 1960. The diocese covers an area of 12,227 km² and is a suffragan diocese of the Archdiocese of Hanoi. By 2004, the Diocese of Bac Ninh had about 123,090 believers , 23 priests, and 47 parishes. Queen of the Rosary Cathedral in Bac Ninh has been assigned as the Cathedral of the diocese.
But Thap Pagoda
Bút Tháp Temple is a Buddhist temple located near the dyke of the Đuống River, Bắc Ninh Province, Vietnam. The temple is also popularly called Nhan Thap Temple. The temple was built in the 13th century. The temple houses the biggest Avalokiteśvara statue with one thousand eyes and a thousand arms. It was one of the most famous pagodas in Viet Nam. Inside, there are various valuable ancient objects and statues, which are considered to be Vietnamese masterpieces of 17th-century wood carving.
Co Loa Citadel
Cổ Loa Citadel is an important fortified settlement and archaeological site in present-day Hanoi's Dong Anh district, about 16 kilometers northeast of Hanoi city center. Various relics of the Bronze Age Phung Nguyen culture and Dong Son culture have been found in Cổ Loa, although it was later established as the capital of Âu Lạc Kingdom during the 3rd century BC. The name "Cổ Loa" is derived from the Sino-Vietnamese, meaning "old spiral", reflecting its multi-layered structure of earthworks, mo
Đình Bảng communal house
Đình Bảng communal hall is one of the largest and finest village communal houses in Vietnam. It is located in Đình Bảng village, Từ Sơn district, in Bắc Ninh Province of the Red River Delta, 17 km from the nation's capital, Hanoi. The construction started in 1700 and was completed 36 years later. Đình Bảng communal house is used for the worshiping of Cao Sơn Đại vương (Mountain spirit), Thủy Bá Đại vương (Water spirit), and Bạch Lệ Đại vương (God of agriculture).
This is one of the most beautiful communal houses in Doai, folk saying "Beautiful communal house - To Dinh family". The communal house was built in 1673 to worship Tam Vuong Dai Vuong, a general of Dinh dynasty who helped the Emperor Dinh Tien Hoang - Dinh Bo Linh to defeat 12 warlords . Dinh So is an architectural work that has been classified as a special national monument of Vietnam.
Ly Bat De Temple
The Lý Bát Đế Temple or Đô Temple, formal Buddhist name Cổ Pháp Điện, is a temple near Hanoi of which the central section was built in 1028 on the death of Lý Thái Tổ, and the complex enlarged as seven of his descendant Lý Dynasty emperors were also buried at the shrine. Traditionally the shrine serves for ancestor worship of the eight emperors. It is located in Đình Bảng Commune, Từ Sơn District, in the Red River Delta province of Bắc Ninh. Another national monument, Đình Bảng communal house, i
Map of attractions in Bac Ninh Province
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