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Statue carving in Vu Lang village

Statue carving in Vu Lang village

VOV.VN - Located in Hanoi’s outlying Thanh Oai district, Vu Lang handicraft village is well-known in the northern region for sculpting statues, particularly worshipping objects. Local products have been exported to many countries.

Mixed feelings on turtle statute by Sword Lake

Mixed feelings on turtle statute by Sword Lake

A proposal to build a statue of a turtle beside Ho Guom (the Sword Lake), located in the heart of the capital city, was submitted to the Hanoi People’s Committee at the end of March.

TET (Lunar New Year) holiday events in Hanoi

TET (Lunar New Year) holiday events in Hanoi

VOV.VN - Feel the magic of the TET (Lunar New Year) holidays with a myriad of family fun outdoor and warm-hearted holiday celebrations set to transpire throughout the Hanoi metropolitan areas.

Japanese give Danang 11-faced Buddha

Japanese give Danang 11-faced Buddha

Japanese Superior Buddhist monk Sagawa Fumon, head of the Todaiji temple, and 34 representatives presented a bronze statue of the 11-faced Avalositesvara Bodhisattva to Danang’s Quan The Am (Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva) Pagoda on October 30.

US celebrates 130th anniversary of Statue of Liberty

US celebrates 130th anniversary of Statue of Liberty

VOV.VN - The Statue of Liberty is New York City’s recognized landmarks and a true symbol of American freedom. On October 28th, 130 years ago, the US inaugurated the statue that has become so special to Americans.

Statue stolen from Me So Pagoda

Statue stolen from Me So Pagoda

A 19-century Buddhist statue of Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva with a thousand hands and a thousand eyes - a treasure of the Me So Pagoda in the northern province of Hung Yen’s Me So Commune, Van Giang District, was stolen on October 1.

Binh Thuan: Sand statue park seeks to lure visitors

Binh Thuan: Sand statue park seeks to lure visitors

Work on “Forgotten Land” sand statue park was launched in Phan Thiet city, the southern central province of Binh Thuan, on September 27, aiming to offer a new tourism product for visitors.