My Son sanctuary – A world cultural heritage site
My Son sanctuary – A world cultural heritage site
My Son sanctuary – A world cultural heritage site
My Son sanctuary – A world cultural heritage site
My Son sanctuary – A world cultural heritage site
My Son sanctuary – A world cultural heritage site

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Price: 100,000VND-150,000VND

Phone: 02353877551

Time to visit a place: 120 phút

Open Time: 6:00 AM - Close Time: 5:00 PM

Email: haintn1@quangnam.gov.vn

Address: Thánh địa Mỹ Sơn Xã Duy Phú, Huyện Duy Xuyên, Tỉnh Quảng Nam

My Son temple complex is located in Duy Phu commune, Duy Xuyen district, Quang Nam province. The temple complex is located in a closed valley with a diameter of about 02 km, arcing mountains surround the center of the temple complex, separate from the outside world. South of the My Son temple complex is the peak of Mahapavata mountain (also known by different names such as Hon Den peak, Chua mountain, Meo tooth peak). Around the top of this mountain, there are many stories and legends associated with the spiritual life of the local community. For My Son, Mount Chua also symbolizes the sacred mountain peak of the Kingdom of Champa, which is likened to a lighthouse for merchant ships when passing through the land of Amaravati (Champa state). The My Son temple complex is also the religious center of the Champa kingdoms. The valley is located about 20 km west of the Simhaphura citadel (Tra Kieu). Starting from the 4th century, My Son was built by the Champa kingdoms and lasted until the 13th century. Stretching for dozens of centuries, the number of temples and towers was increasing day by day, My Son became a place to mark. brilliant development ... View more

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My Son temple complex is located in Duy Phu commune, Duy Xuyen district, Quang Nam province. The temple complex is located in a closed valley with a diameter of about 02 km, arcing mountains surround the center of the temple complex, separate from the outside world. South of the My Son temple complex is the peak of Mahapavata mountain (also known by different names such as Hon Den peak, Chua mountain, Meo tooth peak). Around the top of this mountain, there are many stories and legends associated with the spiritual life of the local community. For My Son, Mount Chua also symbolizes the sacred mountain peak of the Kingdom of Champa, which is likened to a lighthouse for merchant ships when passing through the land of Amaravati (Champa state).

The My Son temple complex is also the religious center of the Champa kingdoms. The valley is located about 20 km west of the Simhaphura citadel (Tra Kieu). Starting from the 4th century, My Son was built by the Champa kingdoms and lasted until the 13th century. Stretching for dozens of centuries, the number of temples and towers was increasing day by day, My Son became a place to mark. brilliant development of Champa civilization. Here, with more than 70 architectural works containing historical, cultural, architectural and artistic values, it is considered similar to famous monuments in Southeast Asia such as Angkor, Pagan, etc. Borobudua.

With a long history of development, My Son has become a brilliant, lively cultural treasure with aesthetic values ​​of mankind. Many architectural styles of Champa art were affirmed and developed in this relic complex.

The cultural exchange and acceptance of Indian civilization, including Hindu beliefs, gradually affirmed their role in Champa society, dominating all aspects of political and social life. My Son became the most prosperous and important religious center. Studies and archeology confirm that the king-god worship is the dominant belief in the worship system in My Son. Temples are arranged and arranged in space and time, associated with the concept of the universe and gods.

On December 4, 1999, in Marrakesh (Morocco), the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) recognized the My Son temple complex as a world cultural heritage.

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