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Tay An pagoda is located at Sam Mountain in An Giang province. It’s about 5km from the town and part of the famous relic complex in An Giang province consisting of Tay An pagoda, Phuoc Dien pagoda (Hang pagoda), Thoai Ngoc Hau Tomb and Ba Chua Xu Temple.
Keo Pagoda in Duy Nhat commune (Vu Thu district, Thai Binh province) was built in 1632 under Le dynasty. Currently, the 400-year old architecture of the pagoda remains relatively unspoiled compared with the original architecture.
A Mother Goddess worship festival took place in Luu Phai temple (Luu Phai village, Ngu Hiep commune, Thanh Tri, Hanoi) on October from 25th to 28th, 2014.
On October 19th, 2014 at the Khmer pagoda in the Culture-Tourism Village of Vietnamese ethnic groups (Dong Mo commune, Son Tay, Ha Noi), the Management Committee of the Village in collaboration with the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha’s Executive Council held a Khathina robe ceremony 2014 – B.E 2558 with full rituals of Theravada Buddhism.
Munirensay pagoda is located at No. 36 Hoa Binh Avenue, Can Tho City, and it was built in 1948 by Theravada dignitaries and Buddhists in Can Tho and other Mekong Delta provinces.
Masjid Jamiul Azhar Muslim mosque is one of the oldest mosques in An Giang province, located in Chau Phong commune, Tan Chau town.
In August from 13th to 15th, 2014, the 30th Lady of La Vang Pilgrimage Festival was organized at the Our Lady of Lavang Pilgrimage Centre with the title “New family evangelization”.
The Elephant Racing festival in Buon Don district, Dak Lak province attracted the enthusiastic participation of the elephants./.
Religion has always been an interested issue and reported on the newspapers by the journalists. On the occasion of 89th anniversaries of the Vietnam Revolutionary Press (6/21/1925 - 6/21/2014), the Electronic Information webpage of the Government Committee for Religious Affairs would like to share with the readers some photos of reporters performing their tasks.