Keo Pagoda, Duy Nhat

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Must see · Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Keo Temple (Vietnamese: Chùa Keo, Official name: Thần Quang Tự (神光寺)) is a Buddhist temple in Vũ Thư District, Thái Bình Province, Vietnam. The temple was commenced in 1061 under the Lý Dynasty near the Red River.

The pagoda was dedicated in the 1130s to the monk Nguyễn Minh Không (vi:Lý Quốc Sư) by emperor Lý Thần Tông after the monk cured his leprosy.
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  • This was been an old pagoda in Thai Binh province, Vietnam. It's so peaceful. You should visit and experience  more »
  • Keo Pagoda is one of the most beautiful ancient wooden architectures in Vietnam. This is a peaceful Buddhist religion pagoda located in the mist of the countryside area of Thai inh province. I like...  more »
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  • This temple brings me some impressions due to their landscape and commercial strategy. The most thing I do not support is shoppers sell goods and provide service inside or near the strict buildings
  • This temple brings me some impressions due to their landscape and commercial strategy. The most thing I do not support is shoppers sell goods and provide service inside or near the strict buildings

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