Assembly Hall of the Chaozhou Chinese Congregation
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opposite 157 Ð Nguyen Duy Hieu · interesting places nearby
Assembly Hall of the Chaozhou Chinese Congregation information
Built in 1752, the highlight in this congregational hall is the gleaming woodcarvings on the beams, walls and altar – absolutely stunning in their intricacy. You could stand here for hours to unravel the stories, but if you’re just popping by quickly, look for the carvings on the doors in front of the altar of two Chinese women wearing their hair in an unexpectedly Japanese style.