Nhật Trụ Temple

Nhật Trụ Temple, Ninh Binh

The construction of Chùa Nhật Trụ (“First Column Pagoda”) was ordered by Emperor Lê Đại Hành. Later, Emperor Lý Thái Tông ordered the construction of a similar temple in Hanoi. The temple is still in existence and holds many artifacts from the 10th and 11th centuries. One of the most prominent original features of the architecture is the stone pillar in the temple courtyard.

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