Dream came true

Last update at 09/14/2011 22:10. By Hanoi Local Guide.
Dream came true

Dream came true
By Hanoi Local Guide


If you would like to give birth to a baby soon, visit the One Pillar Pagoda and give your offerings. Legend has it that King Ly Thai To built this pagoda more than a thousand years ago as a sign of gratitude to goddess Quan Am after his dream for a baby came true.

Entrance is free. The one pillar pagoda as its name suggest is an ancient pagoda sitted only one one concrete pillar in a lotus pool.

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A symbol of gratitude

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Pretty pagoda!

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A Pagoda With One Pillar

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It's free

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One Pillar Pagoda
Location Hanoi
Basin countries Vietnam

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