With unique architectural works, Lam Kinh, a special national relic site in Lam Son town, Tho Xuan district, in the north-central province of Thanh Hoa, is both a local and national treasure. Join us to learn more about the site.
Lam Kinh was officially recognized as a national historical site in 1962, and later designated a special national historical site in 2012.
The 200-ha complex boasts monuments on a large area of unique architectural works from the Later Le Dynasty (1428-1789).
The most significant works can be found in the Main Temple Hall area, covering an impressive 1,600 square meters.
In addition to the Main Temple Hall, the Lam Kinh relic site features other well-preserved areas, including the Royal Temple, Welcome Gate, Dragon Yard, where court proceedings took place, White Bridge, the Ngoc River, and an ancient well.
As an attractive destination, the site draws hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, who come to explore and study its rich historical legacy.- (VNA/VLLF)