King Le Dai Hanh temple

King Le Dai Hanh temple is in the historical and cultural vestige of Hoa Lu ancient imperial. It is located in the Truong Yen Ha hamlet (Truong Yen commune – Hoa Lu), so it is called Lower temple (Den Ha).

King Le Dai Hanh temple

The temple was built in the former base of Hoa Lu imperial city. The temple faces the East, taking the Den Mountain to be the base and about 200m from the south of Dinh Tien Hoang King temple.

The temple of King Le Dai Hanh was built in 17 century, with the architecture of protecting the inside and preventing attack of the outside. Like the temple of King Dinh Tien Hoang, there are three parts in temple of King Le Dai Hanh: Bai Duong, Thieu Huong and Chinh Cung. Bai Duong worships the community, Thieu Huong worships the four main officials in Le dynasty, Chinh Cung worships King Le Dai Hanh, Queen Duong Van Nga, fifth son of king Le Dai Hanh and third king of pre-Le dynasty: Le Long Dinh.

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