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Quan Cong Temple was recognised as a "National Historic and Cultural Site" on 29 November 1991.

The temple was built in 1653 and dedicated to Quan Cong, a prominent mandarin of the Han Dynasty. It's been restored many times in (1753, 1783, 1827,1864, 1904 and 1966), and still today, the temple's original structure has been kept almost the same.

There is a 3mtr statue of Quan Cong, who is dressed in a green royal robe, and is rather red in the face, he has a long beard and his two hands clasped together as he rides a kneeling white horse

Address: No 24, Nguyen Hue Street

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  • Updated Oct 10, 2009
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