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Localización: Nha Trang, Provincia Khánh Hòa
Descripción:Visit the White Buddha at Long Son Pagoda in Nha Trang
Chùa Long Son Pagoda Long Son, is a Buddhist temple, also known as Djang Long Tu (Vietnamese chino), located at 22 Rue ’23 thang 10 « (street Oct. 23) in the district Phương Sơn in the foothills of the hill Trai Thuy in Nha Trang. This temple was built over a hundred years ago, it was restored many times, and became by far the most famous temple of Khanh Hoa.
Before you reach the large statue of Buddha White, take the time to visit Long Son Pagoda.
You can find the path of the life of Buddha in various performances at the temple entrance.
The History of the Long Son Pagoda:
Ngo Chi (born 1856) was the first monk to be involved in the construction of Long Son Pagoda in 1886 with original name as you Djang Long.
Initially, the temple was a small cottage where the Buddha is now white now.
In 1900, the temple was destroyed after a storm, it was decided to descend the mountain and the name of the pagoda has been changed by Long Sơn.
The temple was rebuilt in 1941 with the support of President Ton Quyen Vo Dinh Thuy and Buddhists. In 1968, the roof of the pagoda was destroyed by war.
From 1971 to 1975, the temple was restored by Thich Thien Binh, the new implementation is restored to 60% depending on the design of the architect Vo Dinh Diep. The implementation was finally restored only 60% of the temple according to the design of the architect Vo Dinh Diep.
Continue your tour by taking the stairs (150 steps).
A first-step is waiting for you, visit the statue of the Reclining Buddha (Nirvana) long and 17 m measuring 5 to high, and the representation of the 49 monks who pray around Buddha.
(Statue built in 2003 by the Buddhist community of Nha Trang).
-Then continue to climb the stairs to reach the large Buddhist bell (2.2 m and 1500 kg) this one came from the Buddhist community of Hue in 2002.
Finally, a few more steps and you reach the large statue of Buddha sitting White.
The statue was built in 1963, he made a total of 21 to 7 m high, therefore for the lotus and 14 m for the Buddha (visible from everywhere in Nha Trang). Around the Lotus is the representation of seven Buddhist monks who immolated themselves by fire in protest of the government Ngo Dinh Diem.
Before leaving, also enjoy a spectacular view over the city of Nha Trang.
Long Son Pagoda
This striking pagoda was founded in the late 19th century. The entrance and roofs are decorated with mosaic dragons constructed of glass and ceramic tile while the main sanctuary is a hall adorned with modern interpretations of traditional motifs.
Behind the pagoda is a huge white Buddha seated on a lotus blossom. Around the statue’s base are fire-ringed relief busts of Thich Quang Duc and six other Buddhist monks who died in self-immolations in 1963.
The platform around the 14m-high Buddha has great views of Nha Trang and nearby rural areas. As you approach the pagoda from the street, the 152 stone steps up the hill to the Buddha begin to the right of the structure. Take some time to explore off to the left, where there’s an entrance to another hall of the pagoda.
Beggars congregate within the complex, as do a number of scam artists. There’s a persistent scam here, where visitors are approached by children (and occasionally older people) with pre-printed name badges claiming to work for the monks. After showing you around the pagoda, whether invited to or not, they will then demand money ‘for the monks’ or, if that fails, insist that you buy postcards for 200,000d. The best course of action is to firmly let them know you don’t require their services when they first appear. If they persist, tell them you’re not going to give them any money. If you do want to make a contribution towards the upkeep of the complex, leave it in the donation boxes as you would in any other pagoda.
The pagoda is located about 400m west of the train station, just off Ð 23 Thang 10.
Long Sơn Pagoda (Vietnamese: Chùa Long Sơn) is a Buddhist temple in the city of Nha Trang on South Central Coast of Vietnam. It is regarded as one of the main sites in the city, along with Hai Duc Temple.
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