Mia Pagoda – Sugar Cane Pagoda

Mia Pagoda is located in Dong Sang village, Duong Lam Commune, Son Tay district, Hanoi. The pagoda was built on a hill with a mild slope in the middle of Mia village (Sugar Cane) The pagoda stele (1632) relates that it was built by the Mia lady, Nguyen Thj Dung, (favourite of Lord Trinh Trang). The pagoda is dominated by a bell tower with a bronze bell (1743) and a bronze gong (1846).

Architectural composition: the interior in form of letter H inverted (I) the outside in square form. The pagoda, low enough, is supported by rough wood pillars (2m of circumference); 287 statues: half of them in jack fruit wood, the other half in clay, lacquered red and gold. They are of finished work. It is also noteworthy for an artificial grotto of large dimensions marked with figures which reveal the richness of popular imagination.

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Mia Pagoda – Sugar Cane Pagoda

Address: Mia Village, Lam Road, City Son Tay, Hanoi.

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