Phat Diem’s hulking cathedral is prominent among Vietnam’s religious buildings. Unique both for its vast dimensions and also an architectural mélange that incorporates both European and Sino-Vietnamese influences, it is a formidable sight and also possesses a fascinating backstory. Although the cathedral is undoubtedly the main selling point of the area, there are other points of interest, including a covered bridge dating from the late 19th century.
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