Architecture of Vietnam in Le Dynasty

At the turn of the 15th century under the Le Dynasty, traditional architecture had two dominant styles illustrated in the imperial palace and the royal tomb. From the 16th to 17th centuries, religious architecture gained much popularity.

                                                                 

     But Thap Pagoda in Bac Ninh is famous for ít structure and for the techniques used to build the tower and to carve and paint the statues. When feudalism lost popularity active scenes ò rowing, hunting, sloughing, wrestling, and cutting continued to be reflected in the carvings and paintings.

     During the 18th century, pagoda and temple construction techniques progressed. Two precious works of art of thí period of contemporary architecture were the Dinh Bang Communal House and Tay Phuong Pagoda.