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The Grand Mosque of Shadian

The Grand Mosque of Shadian

4.8/538 Reviews
Mosque
The Grand Mosque of Shadian is a Chinese royal courtyard architecture located in the area bordering Ge Jiu, Kai Yuang and Meng Zi. It is a famous religious venue of Islam in Ge Jiu and its surrounding areas in Yunan Province. It is one of the top one hundered well-known mosques in China. The Grand Mosque of Shadian is a magnificent structure with very unique Arab characteristics.
Jianshui Confucius Temple

Jianshui Confucius Temple

4.6/5632 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Temple
Located in Northwest Jianshui County, Jianshui Confucius Temple was built in the Yuan Dynasty and was expanded in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It enjoys a time-honored history. Jianshui Confucius Temple is the second largest Confucian temple after the one built in Qufu, Shandong Province. The overall layout is that of an axial symmetry palace, following the architecture style of the Temple of Confucius in Qufu. The well-preserved temple faces south and has a magnificent presence.
Yunwosi

Yunwosi

4.5/56 Reviews
Temple
St. Joseph's Cathedral, Hanoi

St. Joseph's Cathedral, Hanoi

4.5/5571 Reviews
Church
Sun 7:00 AM - 11:30 AM 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM, Mon - Sat 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
St. Joseph's Cathedral is an ancient church in Hanoi. It is a representative French building in Hanoi. The Cathedral features a complex main altar inside, fitted with stained-glass windows, and consists of two square-shaped towers. The gate of the Cathedral will only open when the mass is conducted, and visitors need to use side doors when it is closed. Opposite to the Cathedral is Nha Tho Street, where Hanoi's emerging boutique shops and cafes are located.
Temple of Literature

Temple of Literature

4.3/5296 Reviews
Temple
7:30-18:00 in summer and 8:00-18:00 in winter (Local time)
In 1070 King Ly Thanh Tong founded this temple to the Chinese philosopher Confucius. Six years later, it became home to Hanoi's first university. Even now, more than 200 years after the last national examination, the site's five courtyards still enjoy an atmosphere of higher learning. In 1484 Stele were erected to document the achievements of those who graduated. The Temple is composed of five courtyards, the first two are shady and provide a quiet buffer from the bustle of the surrounding streets, the third contains a large pond known as the "well of heavenly clarity". The fourth hosts the House of Ceremonies which contains a large statue of Confucius. It is flanked by souvenir shops. The last courtyard hold some of the largest structures including a bell tower and drum. Today, art students sit on the grass and try to reproduce the traditional Vietnamese architecture on paper. To get there the temple is also known as Van Mieu, most taxi drivers will know the name.
One Pillar Pagoda

One Pillar Pagoda

4.2/5279 Reviews
Temple
6:00-18:00 (Local time)
The official title of the One Pillar Pagoda is Yanyou Temple, also known as the Lotus Pagoda, located on the southwest side of Ba Dinh Square. The temple is small, but it is very famous across the land. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that it stands on a pillar in the center of the lotus pond, meaning that a pure lotus blooms out of the bitter sea. There are a lot of local people who come here to offer incense wishes. Even the President Ho Chi Minh used to come from time to time.
Chua Tran Quoc

Chua Tran Quoc

4.5/596 Reviews
Temple
Historical Architecture
Historical Site
Biyun Temple

Biyun Temple

4.7/57 Reviews
Temple
Panlong Temple

Panlong Temple

4.6/513 Reviews
Temple
Ngoc Son Temple

Ngoc Son Temple

4.1/594 Reviews
Temple
Ancient Pagoda
Historical Architecture