Nom pagoda (or ‘Linh Thong Co Tu’) was built under Later Le dynasty (1533 to 1789). Located in Hung Yen province, the pagoda attracts many visitors for its ancient architecture and antiques inside.
Nom Pagoda lays inside Nom village relic site in Dai Dong commune, Van Lam district, Hung Yen province
Ancient Nom pagoda in the northern province of Hung Yen remains intact with its historical architecture
It contains a quiet space which is suitable for tourists to visit and pray
The pagoda adopted the typical architecture of ancient pagodas in the Red River Delta
Behind the houses of worship is a garden of laterite stupas preserved intact despite the passage of time
The soul of the Nom pagoda resides in its ancient secular relics
Quan Am (Guan Yin) palace inside Nom pagoda, is situated in the middle of a lake
An arched stone bridge leads to a pavilion dedicated to Guan Yin, the compassionate goddess, dressed all in white of Buddhist culture
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