Hung Yen

"First Kinh Ky - Second Pho Hien' Hung Yen is located on the left bank of the Red River, the center of the Northern Delta, a land with a long-standing cultural tradition. With a favorable geographical location, topography flat, the North borders Bac Ninh province, the Northwest borders Hanoi city, the East borders Hai Duong province, the South borders Thai Binh province, the Southwest borders Ha Nam province and is covered by fertile alluvium from two Big rivers are the Red River and Luoc River, giving Hung Yen green rice and corn fields, large lotus ponds and famous delicious specialties such as longan, honey, lotus seeds...
Along with the thousands of years of history of building and defending the country of our ancestors, Hung Yen has become a sacred land, the birthplace of many famous people and national heroes in the fields of economics, politics, and culture. society such as: Pham Bach Ho, Do The Dien, Pham Ngu Lao, Nguyen Trung Ngan, Le Nhu Ho, Doan Thi Diem, famous physicians Le Huu Trac, Nguyen Thien Thuat, Hoang Hoa Tham, To Hieu, General Secretary Nguyen Van Linh... Through the historical process, generations of ancient ancestors have left thousands of valuable relics on Hung Yen land, which are architectural works: communal houses, temples, pagodas, shrines, tombs... Many Famous historical and cultural relics such as Da Hoa temple, Da Trach temple associated with the legend of Chu Dong Tu - Princess Tien Dung is one of the "Four Immortals" of Vietnam, Phu Ung temple worships general Pham Ngu Lao, especially the Pho Hien relic complex, testifies to a prosperous period of Pho Hien - Hung Yen.
As a civilized province, Hung Yen still preserves thousands of valuable relics. Currently, there are a total of 1,802 relics in the province, including 03 special national-level relics and 175 national-level relics (the province ranks 3rd in the country in terms of number of relics). Nationally ranked), 271 provincially ranked relics, 7 national treasures. These are valuable assets, the core of the national cultural identity and the pride of the people of Hung Yen.

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