Nhat Tru Pagoda
Nhat Tru Pagoda
Nhat Tru Pagoda

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Price: Free

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Time to visit a place: 120 phút

Open Time: 7:00 AM - Close Time: 6:00 PM

Email: chuanhatchu@gmail.com

Address: chua nhat tri Xã Trường Yên, Huyện Hoa Lư, Tỉnh Ninh Bình

Nhat Tru Pagoda is situated on an area of above 3,000m2, 300m far from King Le Dai Hanh Temple to the North. This is an ancient pagoda from the 10th century under special protection zone of Hoa Lu Ancient Capital relic site. There are ancient things associated with the foundation of Hoa Lu Ancient Capital which are still preserved. The most prominent object is a Buddhist pole located on the yard made of stone with six parts including Square block, circular base, octagonal body, octagonal slab and lotus peak. The pole has its height of 4.16m and weight of 4.5 ton. The Buddhist pole was approved to be built in 995 by King Le Dai Hanh with the content of “kinh trang” which presents the desire for country’s peace and people’s stability and strong government as well as belief in the Buddhist magic. With its prominent value, the Buddhist pole was recognized as a National Treasure in 2005 by the Prime Minister.

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Nhat Tru Pagoda is situated on an area of above 3,000m2, 300m far from King Le Dai Hanh Temple to the North. This is an ancient pagoda from the 10th century under special protection zone of Hoa Lu Ancient Capital relic site. There are ancient things associated with the foundation of Hoa Lu Ancient Capital which are still preserved. The most prominent object is a Buddhist pole located on the yard made of stone with six parts including Square block, circular base, octagonal body, octagonal slab and lotus peak. The pole has its height of 4.16m and weight of 4.5 ton. The Buddhist pole was approved to be built in 995 by King Le Dai Hanh with the content of “kinh trang” which presents the desire for country’s peace and people’s stability and strong government as well as belief in the Buddhist magic. With its prominent value, the Buddhist pole was recognized as a National Treasure in 2005 by the Prime Minister.

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