Hoa Lu ancient capital near Tam Coc Ninh Binh is one of the cultural heritages that you should visit. With a ticket price of about 20,000 VND/person, you can comfortably visit this 300-hectare relic. According to the tour guide, the ancient capital of Hoa Lu was associated with the three dynasties of Dinh, Early Le and the beginning of the Ly dynasty, so this place contains many typical architectural features of the above dynasties such as the church architectural system. temples, walls, citadel, and a number of other buildings.
In the Hoa Lu ancient capital relic area near Tam Coc Ninh Binh
In the Hoa Lu ancient capital relic area near Tam Coc Ninh Binh, there will be temples worshiping King Dinh Tien Hoang and King Le Dai Hanh. The two temples are located about 500m apart so you can visit on foot. Regarding King Dinh temple, according to the Department of Cultural Heritage, the main architecture of the temple includes: North gate, outer gate, inner gate, dragon yard, front hall, incense burner, harem, stele house, garden… I It is truly impressive with the patterns on the walls and roof tiles at the temple, which are carved extremely delicately with themes such as dragons, clouds, and flowers.
The more I looked, the more I looked, as if I were immersed in a time hundreds of years ago when veteran artisans were meticulously engraving each of those delicate lines to express their gratitude to their heavenly king. Not far from King Dinh’s temple is King Le Dai Hanh’s temple. In my opinion, King Le’s temple is smaller than King Dinh’s, but that doesn’t mean it lacks any construction. The temple still has three buildings: Bai Duong, Burning incense and Main Palace. A special point is that here people found remains of the old palace foundation along with some ancient ceramics and these precious artifacts are kept in the museum room on the left side of the temple area near Tam Coc Ninh Binh
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