Kim Son’s colorful craft village exudes the charm and affection of this place. On the small road leading to the historical site of Phat Diem Stone Church, Kim Son near Tam Coc Ninh Binh, you will be surprised to see countless bags, hats, boxes, sandals, carts, vases, flower baskets … all made of sedge.
Kim Son people have the characteristics of living in the cradle of the sedge craft village hundreds of years ago, so they have all the qualities of a true craftsman, skillful, sensitive and passionate about the profession. The profession of sedge cultivation and processing in Kim Son near Tam Coc Ninh Binh is famous near and far and is very popular with domestic and foreign consumers.
In 1829, Kim Son, “Golden Mountain” district, as the name suggests, was founded by Nguyen Cong Tru, a talented porcelain businessman. Since then, the Kim Son people, together with many successive generations, have opened up land and encroached on the sea seven times, “Congratulations with creation”. The largest and most extensive reclamation area is Binh Minh Farm near Tam Coc Ninh Binh, which has been excavated since 1954, with the efforts of the soldiers of the 304th Division. Recently, in 1981, 1982, 1983, the 500th Division belonged to the Army Corps. Quyet Thang returned to the sea dike to open up about two hundred hectares of sedge fields and several hundred hectares of beaches, establishing new communes: Kim Hai, Kim Trung , Kim Tien … the total area of 6 times of sea encroachment is about 4000 ha.
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