Thập Tháp Di-Đà 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.
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Đồng Tháp is a province in the Mekong Delta and Đồng Tháp Mười region of southern Vietnam. Đồng Tháp is 165 kilometres (103 mi) from Ho Chi Minh City, bordered by Pray Veng Province (Cambodia) in the north with a length of more than 48 kilometres (30 mi); Vĩnh Long and Cần Thơ in the south; An Giang in the west; and Long An and Tiền Giang in the east.
Phan Rang–Tháp Chàm, commonly known as Phan Rang, is a city in Vietnam and the capital of Ninh Thuận Province. The community has a population of 161,000 (2004), of which 91,000 (2004) live in the main city.
Johor Bahru Old Chinese Temple known as Old Temple by the locals, is a Chinese temple located in Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia. Located at Jalan Trus, the temple is flanked by modern skyscrapers. This temple is one of the oldest structures in the city and become the symbol of unity among five Chinese ethnic groups of Teochew, Hoklo (Hokkien), Cantonese, Hakka and Hainanese people.
Huai Thap Than is a district (amphoe) in the western part of Sisaket Province, northeastern Thailand.
Uthumphon Phisai is a district (amphoe) in the western part of Sisaket Province, lower northeastern Thailand.
Champa was an Indianised civilization within the Greater India that flourished along the coasts of what is now central and southern Vietnam for roughly a one thousand-year period between 500 and 1500 AD. The original Chams were probably colonists from the Indonesian islands, who adopted as their principal vocations those of trade, shipping, and piracy. Their cities were ports of call on important trade routes linking India, China and the Indonesian islands. The history of Champa was one of intermittent conflict and cooperation with the people of Java, the Khmer of Angkor in Cambodia and the Đại Việt of what is now northern Vietnam. It was to the Đại Việt that Champa finally lost its independence.
Thuận Thành is a rural district of Bắc Ninh Province in the Red River Delta region of Vietnam. As of 2009 the district had a population of 144,536. The district covers an area of 116 km². The district capital lies at Hồ.
Quốc Ân Temple is a Buddhist temple in the city of Huế, central Vietnam.
Phước Sơn Temple is a historic 19th-century temple in Phú Yên Province in south central Vietnam. It was initially built in 1802.
Bút Tháp Temple is a Buddhist temple located near the dyke of the Đuống River, Thuận Thành District, Bắc Ninh Province, Vietnam. The temple is also popularly called Nhan Thap Temple. The temple was built in the 13th century. The temple houses the biggest Avalokiteśvara statue with one thousand eyes and a thousand arms. But Thap Temple is one of the most famous pagodas in Viet Nam. Inside, there are various valuable ancient objects and statues, which are considered to be Vietnamese masterpieces of 17th-century wood carving. During the same time the temple had become famous for the venerable abbot and Zen master Chuyet Chuyet 1590 - 1644.
Tháp Chàm station is a railway station on the North–South railway line in Vietnam. It serves the city of Phan Rang–Tháp Chàm in Ninh Thuận Province. A branch line to Da Lat once started here.
The Da Lat–Thap Cham Railway or Da Lat-Phan Rang Railway was an 84 km (52 mi) rack railway connecting the city of Da Lat to the main North–South Railway at Tháp Chàm in Ninh Thuận Province. It was established by the French administration of Indochina in 1932 after thirty years of construction in phases, beginning in 1903. The first section, running 41 km (25 mi) from Tháp Chàm to Sông Pha, opened in 1919, and the second section, running 43 km (27 mi) from Song Pha to Da Lat, opened in 1932. Due to the mountainous terrain, the Sông Pha–Da Lat section used rack rails in three sections, and included five tunnels. The Da Lat–Tháp Chàm railway is occasionally referred to as a Crémaillère railway, referring to the French word for the rack used on its rails.
Đà Lạt station is a railway station on the Da Lat–Thap Cham Railway line in Vietnam, serving the town of Da Lat in Lâm Đồng Province. It was designed in 1932 by French architects Moncet and Reveron, and opened in 1938. Largely unused since abandonment of the railway during the later years of the Vietnam War, it was returned to a limited level of service in the 1990s with the reopening of a 7 km (4.3 mi) section of track leading to the nearby village of Trai Mat, operated as a tourist attraction. It is notable for its unique architectural style, which incorporates an overall Art Deco theme with elements of native Cao Nguyen communal houses from Vietnam's Central Highlands.
The 2010 Vietnamese Cup was the 18th edition of the Vietnamese Cup. It started on 23 January 2010 and finished on 28 August 2010.
Thap Lan National Park is in the Sankamphaeng Range in Prachinburi, Nakhon Ratchasima Provinces, Thailand. Established as a national park on 23 December 1981, it was the country's 40th national park. Its attractions include Lan Forest and Recreational Garden (ป่าลานและสวนพักผ่อนหย่อนใจ); Namtok Thap Lan (น้ำตกทับลานหรือน้ำตกเหวนกกก); Thap Lan Reservoir (อ่างเก็บน้ำทับลาน); Namtok Huai Yai (น้ำตกห้วยใหญ่); Lam Mun Bon Dam (เขื่อนลำมูลบน); Hat Chom Tawan (หาดชมตะวัน).
The 2012 Vietnamese Cup was the 20th edition of the Vietnamese Cup. It started on 18 December 2011 and finished on 29 August 2012.
Câu lạc bộ Bóng đá Đồng Tháp, simply known as Đồng Tháp, is a Vietnamese football club based in Cao Lãnh, Đồng Tháp Province. Following the club's most recent relegation from the top-flight during the 2016 season, Đồng Tháp returned to the V.League 2 for the 2017 campaign. The team is currently playing at Cao Lãnh Stadium.
The 2014 Vietnamese Cup is the 22nd edition of the Vietnamese Cup. It began on 8 March 2014 and finished on 17 August 2014.
The 2015 V.League 1 season was the 32nd season of the V.League 1, the highest division of Football in Vietnam. The season began on 4 January 2015 and finished on 20 September 2015.