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Post: 05-07-2019 09:22:07 AM - Views: 27
The Cham Tower (Vietnamese: tháp chàm) relics are still in Binh Dinh province, which are unique cultural heritages that not only attract researchers but also attract tourists who have the opportunity to visit Binh Dinh.
Coming here to admire the architectural art works that have been created by talented artisans centuries ago, visitors like to be immersed in the mysterious world to relive a time of civilization in the world. World of Dai Chau. The Cham towers in Binh Dinh have many climax elements of Champa architecture and sculpture art. If in other localities, the Champa imprint is only a ruin, so many Cham towers in Binh Dinh are still nearly intact ...
Binh Dinh province was the center of the ancient Champa kingdom where 14 ancient towers built between the 11th and 15th centuries still stand today.
Despite long periods of time, the mysterious Cham towers, some of which are a thousand years old, still remain in Binh Dinh as vivid evidence of the Champa kingdom that flourished in the region during the 10th-15th centuries.
The ancient Champa dynasties built many elaborate temples and shrines. A typical Cham tower is built in the Hindu Ba La Mon architectural style that represents the symbolic legendary Meru Mountain where Hindu genies and spirits dwell.
The architecture is influenced by Hindu art and is imbued with the cultural features of the Cham people.
Historical researchers say that the Cham towers in Binh Dinh are the biggest in Southeast Asia. They are located mainly in Quy Nhon city and Tuy Phuoc, An Nhon and Tay Son districts in the area of the Do Ban Citadel, which was part of the ancient kingdom of Champa.
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