Phu Tay Ho

Phu Tay Ho

With its historical values, great culture and sacred origin and unique beauty, Phuoc Phu has become a regular destination for Ha Thanh people and tourists.


Quan Thanh Temple

Tuesday - 27/11/2018 03:52
Named one of Hanoi's four ancient Thang Long, Quan Thanh Temple is not only a sacred religious place but also a historical monument, a cultural architecture and an attractive tourist destination. . Since ancient times, this temple has attracted many tourists at home and abroad.
Quan Thanh Temple
Quan Thanh Temple was built in 1010 under King Ly Thai To. This temple was built to commemorate the capitol of the capital of the North, who had great contributions to the development of Dai Viet and brought Huyen Thien Tran Vu.
Through many restored, Quan Thanh temple was recognized as national historical-cultural (1962). At the same time, this is also a monument bearing bold mark Taoist in Vietnam.
Visiting Quan Thanh Temple
Quan Thanh Temple is on the corner of Co Ngu Street (this is Thanh Nien Street) and Quan Thanh Street. Temple overlooking the West Lake and built according to Chinese architecture. The architecture of the temple includes: tam quan, courtyard, pre-medieval three-class house and harem.
The temple has 4 pillars, the two sides are two embossed very well. Behind the gate is a three-tiered palace, structured as a three-door house - two floors. Above the gate, there is a bronze bell cast in 1677, 1.5m high, weighs 1 ton. Quan Thanh temple bell has been repeatedly included in Vietnamese poetry.
Go through the three-door, visitors will go to the beer house, where the fish record time restored monastery. This place is also known as the place of worship of heroes and martyrs who sacrificed for the protection and construction of the country. The temple grounds are located behind the brew house, close to Quan Thanh Street.
On the right side of the road, there is also a name plate, which introduces the history of Huyen Thien Tran Vu (3.07m high and weighs 4 tons). This is considered unique works in Vietnam, it confirmed the art casting bronze and statues of the ancient Hanoi.
On the right side of the street, there is a table showing Huyen Thien Tran Vu's bronze statue of 3.07m high, weighing 4 tons. Tran Vu statue is considered to be a unique artwork in Vietnam, affirming the art of bronze casting and statues of Hanoians more than three centuries ago.
Thanh Quan is also a place of living, popular cultural beliefs of the people of Hanoi. A valuable cultural, artistic, architectural, sculpture. Quan Thanh Temple is located on the banks of West Lake, along with the harmonious sound of the bell, making the scenery beautiful, ancient of a corner of Hanoi.
Means to Quan Thanh Temple
Quan Thanh Temple can choose many different means, such as:
- Buses: 14, 45, 50 with a fare of 7000
- Motorbike: You can send a car in the temple
- Taxi: If you go by family, taxi will be the best option.
When to visit Quan Thanh Temple?
The official festival of the temple is on March 3 of the lunar calendar, so the ideal time to visit the temple is the New Year's Day. At that time, the spring weather will be cold, adorned with cherry blossom buds, will certainly bring a space that is both sacred and poetic.
Tourists want to visit should visit the first time to participate in the festival of the temple such as Christmas carols, festivals Bridge, Cui An festival, ... In addition, the temple opened the day in week, visitors can visit at any time of the year.
Places to visit can not be overlooked when visiting Quan Thanh Temple
Located in the center of Hanoi, so around there are also many places to visit, which players must visit. After visiting Quan Thanh Temple, tourists can visit the following places, such as:
Tran Quoc Pagoda: The  pearl jewel of West Lake with tranquil, tranquil beauty makes the temple more attractive to tourists. This is the most spiritual place of Thang Long - Hanoi, in addition it is associated with a period of heroic history of the nation.
Ho Chi Minh mausoleum preserve (Uncle Ho's Mausoleum):  A place with a great significance of the Vietnamese people. The Presidential Palace is a symbol of culture, representing national pride and at the same time expressing the respect, gratitude and gratitude of the Vietnamese people for the honorable leader - Ho Chi Minh. Visit the President's tomb, visitors can visit Ba Dinh Square, Uncle Ho fish pond, Ho Chi Minh Museum on stilts ... to discover, understand the historical values โ€‹โ€‹of the nation.
lang bac
Hanoi flag tower: a place associated with the capital thousand years of culture. From the flagpole, visitors can look at the bustling street traffic, busy. This will definitely be a great experience for anyone. This place is located on Dien Bien Phu Street, very close to Quan Thanh Temple.
Things to note when coming to Quan Thanh Temple
It can be said that Quan Thanh Temple is a sacred place, so when visitors come here to pay attention in the words of the voice, in choosing the dress. Here are some tips for visitors to visit this temple:
- Do not wear clothes that are too short, do not wear skirts, do not wear lace socks when entering the temple
- No hat, umbrella when burn incense
- Travel lightly, speak softly to protect the sanctuary of the temple.


Total notes of this article: 0 in 0 rating

Click on stars to rate this article

  Reader Comments

Newer articles

Older articles

You did not use the site, Click here to remain logged. Timeout: 60 second