Ha Noi invests US$1 million to restore Ba Kieu Temple
Update: Sep 25, 2014
Ba Kieu Temple in Ha Noi will undergo restoration under a project worth VND 23.2 billion (roughly US$1.1 million) sourced from the city’s budget.

The project will be implemented during the 2015 -2016 period to consolidate the temple’s foundations, re-render its surface, replace the roof and restore original decorative patterns.

The project is part of the Ha Noi city authorities’ effort to safeguard downgraded historical, cultural, religious, architectural and artistic constructions of the capital whose value were recognised by the State.

Located in Dinh Tien Hoang Street, Hoan Kiem District, Ba Kieu Temple was built under the reign of King Le Than Tong (1619 -1628) to worship Mother Goddess Lieu Hanh and princesses Quynh Hoa and Que Hoa.

It was acknowledged as a cultural and historical vestige in 1994.