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Tam Thanh pagoda
(Lang Son) – Collecting pictures
Fairy (Nang Tien) cave located in Luong Ha commune, Na Ry district, 5 km from the east of Yen Lac town. This cave is 200 metres deep and 30 metres highest and 20 metres in length with many beautiful stalactites.
Amazing terraced fields have been formed thanks to the limestone eroded by flows of groundwater occured over millions of years. More especially, there is a wide roof of limestone within the cave and a flat big stone inside with the dimensions as a stone bed surrounded by stalactites falling down like a silky curtain, beautifully sparkling. As legend is told, fairy girls once came to the earth and stayed in this cave. That is the reason why we called Fairy cave nowadays.
Departing from Fairy cave, visistors continue the trip along 3B national road to Lang Son, Bac Giang and Quang Ninh province
Lang Son – the boder area of the country with the nature area of 8.305,21 km2, is far 231,8 km from Quang Tay - China, consists of 2 international border gates by railway and land, 2 national border gates and 7 couples of bordering market.
The land and railway link from Lang Son to other national and international provinces is very smoothy. Some main traffic routes which must be noted is 1A National Road (Lang Son-Cao Bang), 4B National Road (Lang Son-Quang Ninh), 31 National road (Lang Son-Bac Giang), 279 National road (Lang Son-Bac Kan) and Viet-Trung international railway line.
Lang Son is endowed with numerous beauty spots and spectacular caves such as Tam Thanh, Nhi Thanh, To Thi and Mau Son mountain. Besides, Lang Son had many historical vestiges such as Chi Lang Pass, the Mac Citadel and etc in the period of country’s construction and preservation by our ancestors. Lang Son is also a beautiful countryside with the amazing landscape of Ky Cung river.
Lang Son has the population of over 75 thousands including 7 main peoples, of which, the Nung people accounts for 43%, the Tay 36%, the Kinh 16% and the others are Dao, Hoa Mong, San Chay living under one roof . Their customs and habits, festivals, folk melodies such as Then singing, Sli singing and Luon signing...make people feel doted, mountainous market days, the color of traditional costumes, folk-songs and special foods are deeply imbued with national character.