Sunday, April 15, 2018

Bridge Pagoda - Hoi An tourism logo what is attractive?

Hoi An Bridge is an attractive destination with many meanings, historical values ​​and beautiful beauty along the romantic Hoai River.

Hoi An Bridge Hoi An Bridge is a pagoda located on a bridge across a creek in the ancient town of Hoi An. Built in the early 17th century by Japanese merchants, this is the only one that has originated from the country of origin in history. The Japanese bridge is another name for the bridge.   The bridge was built with the same meaning as a sword blocking the back of the Namazu, preventing it from reviving, helping the lives of the three peacekeepers.   In 1653 new pagoda was erected. This area connects to the northern rail, protruding from the bridge, and the name of the bridge from that time. Bridge Pagoda - a beautiful architecture Cau Pagoda bridge bearing special architectural design of Vietnam. The first special thing is in the structure of the bridge. Bridge The bridge is about 18m long and is a tile bridge - that is, the bridge roofed with yin and yang above - a feature of Vietnamese architecture.   The covered bridge is quite unique, in the middle of the passage back bridge type, the two sides have a narrow corridor to make a resort with seven wooden chambers. Rather than the whole pagoda and the bridge are made of wood, lacquered and carved many fine motifs in Vietnamese architecture - typically a dragon, at the same time a little bit of Japanese style.   Looking at the bridge has a soft bending shape, crossing Hoai River. The head of the bridge has a wooden statue standing, one is a dog statue, one is a monkey. There are many assumptions that are Japanese mascots from ancient times but can also mean that the five-year-old Bodhisattva bridge.   In 1719, Lord Nguyen Phuc Chu when visiting Hoi An saw the special bridge should be named Lai Vien bridge with the meaning "you far away." This day when visiting the bridge Lai Lai Kien Kieu embossed on a large board in front of the temple.   The special feature of this temple is that the temple is not worshiping the Buddha, which is worshiping the North of Tran Vo - the god of protection of the country, giving many joys and happiness to human beings, expressing the spiritual aspirations that people want to send. same heaven and earth to look forward to every good thing.   Hoi An Bridge - a work of historical significance The bridge is an invaluable asset and is chosen as the symbol of Hoi An. In 1990, Cau Pagoda was recognized as a national historical-cultural monument. Not only spiritual, the bridge also plays an important role in transport.

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