Thập Tháp Di-Đà Temple

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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. [1]

Originally constructed in 1683, 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. http://thegioidisan.vn/vi/chua-thap-thap-di-da-binh-dinh.html