Surprised at the ancient beauty of the ancient capital of Hoa Lu

As one of the four core areas of Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex, Hoa Lu Ancient Capital is a destination rich in national cultural and historical values. Despite the passage of time, the ancient capital still lies there peacefully, although quiet but still full of majesty, a golden mark marking a heroic nation.

Introduction to Hoa Lu Ancient Capital

Hoa Lu ancient capital is a unique architectural complex in Ninh Binh province, recognized by UNESCO as one of the four core areas of the Trang An World Heritage complex. This place is also ranked by the government as a particularly important architectural complex and national historical relic that needs to be preserved.

With a history of more than 1,000 years, this place has gone through many ups and downs of the nation, is a place to preserve historical relics through many eras as well as become a historical testament for our country for thousands of years. However, even though it has gone through many ups and downs of time, Hoa Lu still retains its historical traces. Those are sturdy city walls, two majestic temples worshiping King Dinh Tien Hoang and King Le Dai Hanh, built to simulate the ancient capital of Hoa Lu.

When is the right time to travel to Hoa Lu Ninh Binh?

You can come to Hoa Lu at any time of the year. However, spring is the most beautiful time as well as many festivals are held, so this is the right time for you if you want to participate and experience the bustling, crowded atmosphere of these festivals. If you are someone who likes quiet and wants to enjoy the peaceful space of this place, you can choose to go on the remaining days.

Hoa Lu ancient capital – A mark of a golden age of the nation

With an impressively spacious area of more than 300 hectares, Hoa Lu Ancient Capital is a relic complex with architectural works of city walls, caves, temples, tombs and other works of historical and cultural value high chemistry. The ancient capital is divided into 3 areas, including: special protection zone, buffer zone and related relics.

The special protection zone includes the entire area inside Hoa Lu citadel, with relics that still exist today such as King Le Dai Hanh temple, King Dinh Tien Hoang temple, Princess Phat Kim temple, Nhat pagoda. Pillars, Vuon Thien palace, Kim Ngan pagoda, Cau Den stele, Co Am pagoda, Cho palace, Bim cave, Duyen Ninh pagoda, Sao Khe river and city walls, underground palace foundation.

Meanwhile, the buffer zone of Hoa Lu ancient capital includes the landscape area on both sides of Sao Khe stream, Trang An scenic complex with a system of pagodas and Am Tien Cave, Yen Trach communal house, Muoi cave, Quan cave, and Hoa Lu cave. Sinh Duoc cave, Luon cave, Dia Linh cave, Ba Giot cave, Nau Ruou cave, Ba Ngo pagoda, Tran temple, Khong palace, Dong palace, Lien Hoa cave, Boi cave, etc.

Related relics in the Hoa Lu ancient capital complex played an important role during the Dinh dynasty, including the ancient Bai Dinh pagoda system, South gate, Dong gate, Hoa Lu cave, Thien Ton cave, Dinh Bo Linh temple along with other relics worshiping King Dinh in Ninh Binh province.

Not only was the first imperial capital of our country in the past, the ancient capital of Hoa Lu today still has architectural works of great cultural and historical significance, expressing a time when the nation was majestic. If you have the opportunity to return to Ninh Binh, don’t miss the opportunity to visit the ancient capital.

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