하노이 문묘는 보존이 잘 되어있는 베트남 전통 건축물입니다. 하노이에서 반드시 가봐야 할 곳으로 일찍이 리 왕조의 왕가 자제들이 공부하던 곳입니다. 문묘 안에는 공자의 소조상이 봉안되어 있으며, 중국의 건축양식인 오진원락 형태로 지어져 있습니다.
[Characteristics] The Spring Festival has important sacrifices and student activities, which are often held in Hanoi Confucian Temple. So if you want to see Vietnamese traditional festivals or chat with Vietnamese students, the Temple of Letters is absolutely the first choice. The architectural style of Hanoi Confucian Temple is very similar to that of Chinese temples. [Location] After visiting Bating Square, there is still time, so temporarily in GOOGLE MAP to see the Confucian Temple is nearby, so temporarily intend to visit. It's about 10 minutes from Bating Square to Confucian Temple Street. [Tickets] The Confucian Temple tickets are clearly priced at 2VND/person. A ticket for 2VND is not expensive, but I wonder if it will be boring and waste time. Suddenly I saw Vietnamese Girl Paper waving to me at the door!! Buy tickets! [Opening time] April-September 7:30-18:00, October-March 8:30-17:00. [Garden View] After entering, it seems like a moment to cross back to China, without violating or feeling at all. The entrance of the gate, first of all, is a Chinese-style archway, which is decorated with porcelain and carved with a white tiger guarding the door. Passing through the archway, the green onion landscape is immediately in sight. Crossing the garden is a large pond surrounded by flags. The main hall is the innermost part of the Confucian Temple. It's similar to Chinese temples, but the incense in the temples is not very strong, but many Vietnamese students are gathering, especially female students. Because Vietnamese Girls Paper is so beautiful and has a good figure, I have the cheek to invite the most beautiful Vietnamese Girls Paper to take a photo with me. After taking pictures and chatting, I realized that there were many commemorative pictures taken today after graduation from university, so there were a lot of sisters'papers. On the sisters' papers, they were wearing the national costume Audrey, which was a bit like our cheongsam, but they had to wear pants below. If you want to meet your sister paper by chance, remember to come to the Confucian Temple in Hanoi and try your luck.
Hanoi Confucian Temple was built in 1070. It worshiped Confucius, the founder of Confucianism in China. It was the central institution of higher learning of the Li Dynasty at that time. The days when we purchased 30,000 Vietnamese Dong tickets coincided with the traditional festivals in Vietnam. The temples were filled with lanterns and flowers, and they were very happy. There are also a group of young male and female students wearing various beautiful Audrey or suits, taking group graduation photos, which is very memorable, so that we tourists have joined their full-time photographers to take a few souvenirs.
1. Ancient Vietnamese people also believed in Confucianism and wanted to take the imperial examinations. So, like China, the custom of praying for the success of the examinations has a long history. 2. The Hanoi Temple has three entries, its size is not small, and its gardens are complete. 3. There are fewer exhibitions of cultural relics, which are estimated to have been lost in the war years. 4.5 hours can be visited, with tickets of 30,000 dong, or about 9 yuan. About.
As an educational place to train the descendants of princes and nobles and excellent scholars in the whole country. In the Li Dynasty, it was renamed Taixue School and became the highest University in Vietnam. After vicissitudes of development, the Imperial College has ceased to exist, while the Confucian Temple has been renovated and opened to the world. It has become one of the important tourist attractions in Hanoi. Ticket 30000 Vietnamese dong!
The Confucian Temple in Hanoi is a typical Chinese-style building, which is the same as the Confucian Temple in many parts of China. Most of the existing buildings of the Confucian Temple were built by the Li Dynasty in the 17th century, covering an area of more than 26000 square meters, situated in the north and facing the south. The whole complex consists of five groups of courtyards, with a dismounting monument outside the gate and a mirror-like pool in the front yard. In the middle of the hall hangs a Chinese character plaque with four big characters "Wanshishishi Shibiao" marked as "Emperor Kangxi Book". In the main hall, there is a table for Confucius. On both sides, Confucians of China and Vietnam are worshipped.
하노이에 왔으면 한 번쯤 와야할 곳~~나무와 자연환경 그리고하노이의 역사와 건축기법을 볼 수 있어요~~
The Confucian Temple in Hanoi is a typical Chinese-style building, which is the same as the Confucian Temple in many parts of China. Most of the existing buildings of the Confucian Temple were built by the Li Dynasty in the 17th century, covering an area of more than 26000 square meters, situated in the north and facing the south. The whole complex consists of five groups of courtyards, with a dismounting monument outside the gate and a mirror-like pool in the front yard. In the middle of the hall hangs a Chinese character plaque with four big characters "Wanshishishi Shibiao" marked as "Emperor Kangxi Book". In the main hall, there is a table for Confucius. On both sides, Confucians of China and Vietnam are worshipped. The Confucian Temple is famous for its "Jinshi Stele" which is carved by a vivid stone turtle with its head held high. Located south of Bating Square, Wenmiao Street is separated from the Vietnamese Art Museum. Every Spring Festival, the Confucian Temple always holds a few days of very solemn sacrificial activities, as well as cultural and recreational activities such as calligraphy, chess, poetry, cock fighting and bird fighting. If you happen to be in Hanoi at this time, don't forget to visit it.
Nice tample and the view was really pretty but the weather was too hot. The girdt university in Hanoi, worthy to visit.
Also known as Guozijian, it is similar to the Guozijian in Beijing. It is said that it was built in 1070, so old! It is one of the important cultural relics in Vietnam. The descendants of Vietnamese Royal relatives are educated here. There are statues of Confucius in them. At present, most of the people who want to go to school are here to worship in order to protect them.
The Confucian Temple in Hanoi, Vietnam, was built in 1070 under the auspices of Li Shengzong, the emperor of the Li Dynasty who advocated Chinese Confucianism. It has a history of nearly ten centuries. Confucian temples are mainly used to worship Zhou Gong and Confucius as well as Sipai and 72 sages. All the descendants of Royal relatives and relatives study here. Hanoi Confucian Temple sits in the north and faces the south, covering an area of more than 26,000 square meters. It is said that the pattern of the Confucian Temple was modeled on that of the Confucian Temple in Qufu, China. There are five elements in the courtyard around Hanoi Confucian Temple, representing the five elements of Chinese culture "water, wood, fire, gold and earth" and "benevolence, righteousness, courtesy, wisdom and faith". Hanoi Temple is the third most important cultural relic protection unit in Vietnam after Ancient Luocheng and Shunhua Ancient Capital. The Confucian Temple Gate is divided into three portals, the middle gate is divided into two layers, the upper and lower, written in regular scripts in Chinese characters "Confucian Temple Gate". The middle door only opens when the emperor conducts sacrificial activities to Confucius or makes a list of imperial examinations. Usually it only opens the left and right side doors. The only difference between Hanoi Confucian Temple in Vietnam and Confucian Temple in China is that there are more palaces behind Dacheng Hall dedicated to Zhu Wenan, a master of Confucianism in Vietnam. He has made great contributions to the development of Confucianism in Vietnam, and his status is equal to that of Zhu Zi in China. There are also two key secondary schools in Hanoi, named Wen'an Middle School. After hundreds of years of wind and rain, Guozijian now has only one street name and nothing else. The Confucian Temple has been renovated and opened to the outside world, making it one of the most important tourist attractions in Hanoi. Every year during the Spring Festival, Hanoi Municipal Bureau of Culture holds a grand ceremony of sacrificing Confucius in the Temple, including ceremonies, painting and calligraphy exhibitions, chess competitions and other cultural activities, attracting a large number of visitors to watch.