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Why Buddist Museum is special ?
The first Buddhist museum in Viet Nam was located in 700 mile square of Avalokitesvara pagoda, Ngu Hanh Son District, Da Nang city which is a place currently stored hundreds of ancient artifacts about Buddhism and become a new destination in exploring Marble Mountain since January 2016.
What to explore at Buddist Museum?
Nowadays, the museum has been displaying over 200 artifacts that crystallizing the unique cultural values including Bodhisattva Guan Yin statue, Avalokiteshvara riding a dragon and many parts of ancient statue such as Sakyamuni, Maitreya, Bodhisattva Kuan-yin, ChampaAvalokiteshvara, AmitabhaSakayamumi, bronze bell… Besides, the pagoda is currently stored many artifacts which are statues of Buddha, Buddha scripture, historic burners, worship things dating from VII to the late XIX, XX century.
One of the most exclusively unique artifacts which cannot be ignored in the displaying collection is Avalokiteshvara seating on an animal with dragon head and a fish body, donated by local people when they accidentally got it while digging up a few years ago. The status is about 50 m high, weighs 7 kilogrammes and was made by cast copper dating from the late 19th century.
Now the museum is opened to the public with no fee in order to welcome tourist interested in Buddhist spirituality. Visiting the Marble mountains, visitors should take a time to admire the collection which is exhibited in the first Buddhist museum of Vietnam.
How to get to Buddist Museum?
You can come to Buddist Museum by many ways including bus, motorbike, bike, taxi, car.
- Unique values of Buddhist cultural heritage
- The First Buddhist museum in Viet Nam
- Buddhist Cultural Museum,
- City’s most attractive tourist destinations
- Great museum's displays.
Ngu Hanh Son district, Danang City