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Chu Dong Tu Temple, Hung Yen
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Chu Dong Tu Temple in Hung Yen: Vietnam Destination Guide by First Choice Travel

This temple worships Saint Chu Dong Tu, who has been honoured as one of four immortal Vietnamese spirits, and his wife Princess Tien Dung. It is located in Binh Minh Village of the Khoai Chau District, about 25km from Hanoi along the Red River. The temple is located on a rectangular, even, wide and high area of 18,720 sq.m, facing the west.

Its noon gate consists of three doors. The main door leads to a wide and high three-partitioned house with a top engraved with two dragons flanking a moon. This door is only opened on special occasions. The two side doors receive visitors at any time. Passing through the yard you will arrive at the main altar house, incense-burning house, second palace, third palace, and finally, the last palace. The temple also has rare and precious objects including two bach tho vases.


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