If in Hanoi there is Duong Lam ancient village hundreds of years old, ancestral land has Co Vien Lau. Nestled on the Ngo Dong river, Co Vien Lau – located right in the heart of the Tam Coc Ninh Binh tourist area, is where many ancient houses are preserved with bold features of ancient Vietnamese architecture. This place is also likened to a beautiful Northern Delta village in the ancient capital of Hoa Lu. Co Vien Lau Ancient Vietnamese Village is a place to preserve and display more than 20 ancient houses, belonging to the culture of the Red River Delta, dating from the 18th – 20th centuries, made from precious woods, with unique decorations. The carved lines and patterns are delicate and vivid, filled with the traditional artistic and cultural colors of the nation. Co Vien Lau was officially restored in 1990 in Ninh Hai commune.
This area was formerly an ancient village
This area was formerly an ancient village called Vung Chua that existed for more than 1,000 years during the Dinh – Le dynasties. Due to the constant war and destruction, the village has been gradually eroded. The first time you visit Co Vien Lau near Tam Coc Ninh Binh, you will probably immediately fall in love with the extremely peaceful and quiet scenery of this place. Because it is a reconstructed project, everything from the village communal house, house, village gate, welcome reception or roads and alleys… is very methodical. The ancient houses are located close together, divided into two types of houses: rich houses and poor houses located close together. The rich area represents the aristocracy such as: Chief Executive, Chief Ly, Deputy Chief… The poor area belongs to the poor and peasant class, who serve and support the rich class.
This place truly recreates
This place truly recreates the scenery of ancient Northern villages. It is a community where rich and poor people live together. The difference in social class is clearly shown through the way houses are built and designed. When you come to Co Vien Lau near Tam Coc Ninh Binh, you will not only be able to visit, but this place is also a place for those who are passionate about art, especially photography to record extremely unique images of Vietnamese people. You can transform into feudal ladies and gentlemen. You can also be a farmer who returns to previous years to evoke a bygone image. Or simply take commemorative photos to contribute to promoting and renewing the image of Vietnam.
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