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HOI AN CITY TOURS     Price:   $11  Founded in 1653, Chua Ong was restored six times in years of 1753, 1783, 1827, 1864, 1904, 1906 and restored six times. Chua Ong possesses a magnificent and impressing architecture, and is also called the Quan Cong temple. Quan Van Truong,..

HOI AN CITY TOURS Price: $11 Founded in 1653, Chua Ong was restored six times in years of 1753, 1783, 1827, 1864, 1904, 1906 and restored six times. Chua Ong possesses a magnificent and impressing architecture, and is also called the Quan Cong temple. Quan Van Truong,..

HOI AN CITY TOURS     Price:   $11  Founded in 1653, Chua Ong was restored six times in years of 1753, 1783, 1827, 1864, 1904, 1906 and restored six times. Chua Ong possesses a magnificent and impressing architecture, and is also called the Quan Cong temple. Quan Van Truong,..

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Address:

267 Nguyen Duy Hieu
Hoi An, Quang Nam Viet Nam 84510

Phone:

084 0510 3915919

Fax:

084 0510 3915929

Email:

hoianonlinetravel@gmail.com

URL:

http://www.hoianonlinetravel.com

Price:

Free

Description:

THE PLACES VISIT AT HOI AN
- Japanese Brigde.
- Ong pogoda ( 24 Tran Phu St.),
- Phung Hung ancient house (04 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St.),
- Quan Thang ancient house (77 Tran Phu St.),
- Tan Ky ancient house (101 Nguyen Thai Hoc St.), - Trieu Chau Assembly hall (157 Nguyen Duy Hieu St.),
-Historical- cultural museum (7 Nguyen Hue St.),
- Phuc Kien Assembly hall (46 Tran Phu St),
- Historical- cultural museum (7 Nguyen Hue St.),
- Sa Huynh cultural museum (149 Tran Phu St.),
- Tran family temple (21 Le Loi St.)

Published on 4/5/09

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