Dương Long towers

Dương Long towers
Dương Long towers. / Tommy Truong79, / CC BY 2.0
The tallest historical Hindu temple in Vietnam, built by the people belonging to Cham culture in the 12th century. Towers are located on the site of the abandoned and ruined Vijaya city. Ruins consist of three towers, the central one is 24 m tall and two others – 22 m tall. Walls of towers are adorned with beautiful stone carvings.

Location, GPS coordinates: 13.9250 N 108.9903 E
Categories: Hindu shrines
Values: Architecture
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars (3.5 / 5)
Where is located? Asia, Vietnam, South Central Coast, Bình Định Province, Tây Sơn District, Bình Hoà

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