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The building displayed an unique aspect of arts and cultures in Vietnam. I have never seen anything so similar in any other places in Vietnam. It is a mix of original native arts, western styles and religious architecture. We got to play "cồng chiêng" -...More
The seminary is very large and it was original built with mud walls, some of which still remain. The grounds are extensive and are often used as a backdrop for wedding photos. The small ethnic museum on the second floor is very interesting...however we had...More
Just walked in here today. The first thing you will notice is the serenity this place has. The garden is a nice place to stroll through and to sit and reflect on things. The building itself is beautiful to see and it is more impressive...More
the architecture of the building is realy worth to have a look. The museum is not always open, but if it is possible you see some historical things. There was a nun in the church and she invited us to visit the musuem. On some...More