The Bach Ma (White Horse) Temple is among the oldest temples in Hanoi, dating back to the 11th century

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Bach Ma Temple, Hanoi

The Bach Ma (White Horse) Temple is among the oldest temples in Hanoi, dating back to the 11th century.

The Bach Ma (White Horse) Temple is among the oldest temples in Hanoi, dating back to the 11th century. The original temple was built by Emperor Ly Thai To to honour a white horse, and the current structure mostly dates from the 18th century.


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About Bach Ma Temple

 76 Hang Buom St, Hanoi, Vietnam

Bach Ma Temple and Nearby Sights on Map

House at 48 Hang Ngang

The historic Nhà 48 phố Hàng Ngang (House at 48 Hang Ngang) is where Ho Chi Minh wrote the Declaration of Independence of Vietnam dated 28-August 1945

Huong Tich Cave

Huong Pagoda

70 kms to the south of Hanoi, Huong Pagoda is a sprawling complex of Buddhist temples and shrines in the Huong Tich limestone mountains that form a pilgrimage site for the Vietnamese

Cat Ba National Park

Heritage House "87 Ma May"

Ngoc Son Temple

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Hanoi Citadel

The central Citadel of Hanoi was the former residence of Vietnamese monarchs dating back to 1010 AD when the city was known as Thăng Long

Hoan Kiem Lake

Vietnam Military History Museum

Hoa Lo Prison

The Hoa Lo Prison, nicknamed 'Hanoi Hilton', was built by French colonists to house political prisoners, and later used by North Vietnam for prisoners of war during the Vietnam War