Keo Pagoda

Simple, spacious and rustic in style, this pagoda in the middle of the country has the appearance of a Japanese temple. It was built in the 17C from money offered by a lady of the Court. The main room, in the shape of a T, and its heavy wooden structure, rest on consoles surrounded by dragons. All of the rear of the building forms a cloister with rooms used for rest. Here, you can also admire the wooden bell tower.

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