Along with famous landmarks such as Phat Diem Stone Church near Tam Coc Ninh Binh, Kim Son land is known to everyone as a land with a long tradition of growing sedge and unique handicraft products from sedge.
According to the old people living in the land of Kim Son, recounted that: In 1829, Nguyen Cong Tru, the porcelain businessman under the orders of King Minh Mang, organized the reclamation of the coastal wasteland and named it Kim Son – district near Tam Coc Ninh Binh. “Golden Mountain”. He is the one who turned the potential of a fertile and vast coastal area into a real “golden mountain” area, with trees, rice, sedge and marine economy. Since then, Kim Son people together with successive generations, seven times opened the land, encroached on the sea and created immense alluvial plains to grow sedge. In particular, in the land of Kim Son with waves, storms, and salt water, only sedges are always able to withstand the challenges of nature.
The sedge is soft and shiny, acting as a link between the sea and the shore near Tam Coc Ninh Binh, between the industrious and healthy people and the rich and immense nature, and is also a symbol of the people who encroach on the sea. In Kim Son’s land with waves, storms, and salt water, only sedges can always stand against the challenges of nature. Kim Son sedge products have been exported to more than 20 countries and regions.
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