Thập Tháp Di-Đà Temple

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Thập Tháp Temple
Chùa Thập Tháp
Thap Thap Di Da Pagoda.jpg
Main Hall of Thập Tháp Di Đà Temple
Religion
Affiliation Buddhism
District An Nhơn
Province Bình Định
Location
LocationNhơn Thành ward
Country Vietnam
Architecture
Completed17th century

Thập Tháp Di-Đà Temple (Ten Towers of Amitābha Temple, Vietnamese : Chùa Thập Tháp Di-Đà or Thập Tháp Di-Đà Tự) is historic 17th-century temple in Bình Định Province in south central Vietnam. [1]

Originally constructed in 1683 by Zen master Nguyên Thiều (1648 - 1728), it has been heritage listed as being of national cultural significance. [2]

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References

  1. Võ Văn Tường. "Các chùa miền Trung" (in Vietnamese). Buddhism Today . Retrieved 2021-01-10.
  2. "Chùa Thập Tháp di Đà - Bình Định".