Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

The Lam Kinh area in Tho Xuan district, Thanh Hoa, is a special national relic that has kept mysterious tales about the most flourishing feudal reign in Vietnam’s history.

Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

The 200-ha Lam Kinh historical site is the location of the Tay Son uprising against Chinese Ming invaders led by Le Loi. Le Loi came to the throne in 1428 and named the country Dai Viet

Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

Bach (Tien Loan Kieu) bridge over the Ngoc River is located at the main entrance to Lam Kinh central sanctum

Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

The well near Bach bridge has clear water all year round and used to be the water source for Lam Kinh

Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

Visitors should go through the southern gate to enter the central sanctum

Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

The historical site attracts a lot of visitors

Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

Mock-up of Lam Kinh historical site in the showroom

 Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

The tomb of King Le Thai To has two centuries-old stone elephants

Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

The site has many steles, the most remarkable of which is Vinh Lang

Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

At the showroom of the historical site

Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

The former foundation used to build Bach bridge

Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

Many artifacts from Lam Kinh are displayed

Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

Tea sets from the Le dynasty, 15th-16th centuries

Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

Brass teapots collected in Lam Son, Tho Xuan district in 2011

Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

Lotus-patterned incense burners, 15th century

Lam Kinh, a historical site of legends

A fig leaf-shaped brick found in 1999 at Lam Kinh central sanctum 

 

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