Vietnam feels more Buddhist than China, so don't make a noise when you go in. Some of you have to take off your shoes when you go in to worship.
Li Guoshi Temple is hidden in a lane, which may not be easy to find, but if you walk in the ancient city around Huanjianhu, you may meet inadvertently. The old temple is not very large, and what we can see is that it has been redecorated. The teachers worshipped in the temple once saved the life of the Vietnamese emperor, so there are still many good men and women here.
This is a Chinese-style building built in the 12th century. At that time, a Buddhist monk of the Li Dynasty in Vietnam, Mingkong Zen Master, was awarded a national teacher for curing the emperor's illness. After the death of the Master of China, people revered it as a temple, called the Master Li Temple. Inside the temple, there are statues of Master Li and Shenzong Li, which are exquisitely carved.
Vietnam used to build a temple for the eminent monks in his country.
I caught a glimpse on the path to Hanoi Cathedral. It's not very big or surprising. It's a traditional Chinese building. Founded in the 12th century during the Li Dynasty. It was a wise minister who was respected as a national teacher after his death. Has been the aftermath of the memorial service.
The Li Dynasty is a very important dynasty in Vietnamese history. Here is the temple where the state of the Li Dynasty is located. It's very close to Hanoi Cathedral. Chinese traditional architectural style is still the Yellow facade. If you pass by, you can see it.
Li Guoshi Temple is near Hanoi Cathedral, a short way north. This temple is not big, but Chinese style, the color is yellow, history has been several hundred years, there are many nearby silk shops, not very well-known, if you go to Hanoi church, you can take a look.