Buu Lam is a quite ancient pagoda located in Ward 3, My Tho city. The pagoda is located at the middle of the green trees and built since 1803 with foreign interior style in an area of 987 m2. After more than 200 years, the pagoda was restored for many times, but the pagoda still keeps its initial architectural features until row and consists of 3 sections: Front, Central Chamber and Behind. Entering the Central Chamber, the tourists will see 3 dragon columns which were carved skillfully, 5 sets of Buu Lam and many horizontal lacquered boards and red-lacquered parallel sentences trimmed with gold. The most special thing is the painting of ten dragons fighting for a pearl and the painting of peony flower and pheasant bearing the hallmark of XIX Century arts.
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