Tram Pagoda

Tram Pagoda

Hanoi, Vietnam
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Tram Pagoda, also called Long Tien Pagoda was erected in the 7th year of Canh Tri 1669. It has been repaired and restored several times. In the middle of its high stone floor stands a stone slab with a relief carving of two lizards. According to some Southeast Asian agricultural people, the lizard symbolizes the […]

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Tram Pagoda, also called Long Tien Pagoda was erected in the 7th year of Canh Tri 1669. It has been repaired and restored several times. In the middle of its high stone floor stands a stone slab with a relief carving of two lizards. According to some Southeast Asian agricultural people, the lizard symbolizes the fire genie.

A group of Buddha statues in the pagoda bears the style of 18-19th century art with very delicate and sophisticated curving lines.

Each year, when spring comes round, the local people around Mt. Tram hold the Tram Pagoda Festival on the second day of the second lunar month. In the festive atmosphere, village elders recount for the young generation the myths and legends of Tram Mountain.

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