VietNamNet Bridge – Nam Dinh, a coastal province in the southern Red River Delta, is the sacred land of the Viet people, Tran Kings and national hero Tran Hung Dao, the spirit of the Tran Dynasty.
Nam Dinh has nearly 4,000 historical cultural sites including 77 national, 216 provincial ones; and many typically historical, cultural, architectural monuments like Keo Hanh Thien pagoda, Ngoi Bridge, Luong temple, Nam Dinh flagpole.
Nam Dinh is also the native place of Tran dynasty which was the most prosperous in the history of Vietnam feudal era with remains typified by King Tran Relics, Thap temple, Co Le Pagoda, Keo Hanh Thien Pagoda, Phu Day Temple, ect.
In addition, there are historical and cultural monuments associated with famous men like Nguyen Hien (the first doctoral candidate), Luong The Vinh (famous for measuring and intelligence, a sense of humor), Tu Xuong poet memorial house of Nguyen Binh, the memorial site of Truong Chinh, the late General Secretary.
Along with the historical and cultural heritage, Nam Dinh preserved and developed over 70 traditional villages with the industries and products such as the wood carving village of La Xuyen, baamboo lacquer Cat Dang, Tong Xa copper casting village (Y Yen district), Vinh Hao baamboo and rattan village (Vu Ban district), Vi Khe floriculture and ornamental plants (Nam Truc district).
Nam Dinh preserved cultural heritage including typically over 100 traditional festivals held every year. Many unique and great festivals attract tourists such as Phu Day Festivals (national intangible and cultural heritage), the seal opening ceremony at the Tran temple, Vieng fairs, etc.
Below are the mostworthy destinations in Nam Dinh Tiếp tục đọc “Nam Dinh – the native land of the Tran Kings”