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Nice lil historical spot to visit in the midst of walking around Hoan Kiem Lake. King Le Thai To was the founder of Hanoi; once a hero and a king. Place where this monument was set up is peaceful and pretty.
This is a review on the actual site etc, not on his part in history. The statue is impressive, it sits back from the road with split level squares in front of it, it is excellently maintained and the squares provide meeting places, games opportunities...More
We stopped by at the Statue of King Le Thai Tho after walking by the Hoan Kiem Lake. It covers a small area, and after the entrance and at the middle you can see the king statue and the temple. To get in to the...More
This special site is in honour of the Hero of Hanio, Le Loi (1385 - 1483), who later became King Le Thai To. A magical story of a hero, a sword and the lovely Hoan Kiem Lake. Read the story and look at the ancient...More
This a lovely little temple located West of Hoan Kiem Lake in Hanoi. It is dedicated to Le Thai To who ruled as King from 1428 to 1433. The temple is well kept and a cool detour from the scorching Hanoi sun on a hot...More
We saw this huge statue of King Le Thai To during our walk around Hoan Kiem lake. It is situated in an open air area - a large square just opposite the turtle tower at the centre of the lake. Visited by lots of locals...More