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Built in the former Japanese quarter, Chùa Cầu, the early 17th century Japanese covered bridge, is now a precious cultural asset and unique and beloved symbol of Hội An people.
The bridge was opened by Nguyen Phuc Chu Lord in 1719 who carved three Chinese symbols above the door in commemoration. The bridge also features the sculptures of two dogs and two monkeys representing the Chinese years in which many Japanese Emperors were born along with the fact that the building…
This beautiful little bridge is emblematic of Hoi An. A bridge was first constructed here in the 1590s by the Japanese community to link it with the Chinese quarters. Over the centuries the ornamentation has remained relatively faithful to the original Japanese design.
The iconic sight of Hoi An ancient town, where Japanese - Chinese - Vietnamese cultures meet.
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