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Keo Pagoda is one of attractions in Thai Binh Province and it is so outstanding that it is now the symbol of the province due to its long-lasting history as well as traditional and cultural values contained in the temple.
Keo Pagoda is built circa 1133-1154, covering an entire area of 7,200m2 at Dung Nhue Hamlet, Duy Nhat Commune, Vu Thu District. The legend has it that Monk Duong Khong Lo, living under Ly Dynasty, practiced medical service and succeeded in treating King Ly Nhan Tong, saving him from a fatal disease. To express his gratitude, the King gave Duong Khong Lo the title of Quoc Su (National Master) and rewarded him with a fortune. The monk made use of this fortune by constructing Keo Pagoda which boasts 128 compartments totally and a detached 3-storey bell tower. Many gift pictures and paintings captures the image of this ancient yet charming tower, which is 11.06m high and has 12 roof angles and 12 antique curved corners. There is a 1.87m wide musical stone instrument on the first storey; a bell cast in 1686 on the second floor and the bell on the highest storey is cast in 1796.
 
The Pagoda attracts visitors not only by its delicate all-wood religious building but also by its valuable collections of engraved wooden dragons, over 100 statues, altars and pottery wares dating back in Le Dynasty, a pair of candlesticks made under Mac Dynasty.
Every year, from 13th to 15th of the ninth lunar month, a festival is held in commemoration of the Buddhist Monk Duong Khong Lo, hosting various traditional cultural activities projecting lifestyles and agricultural culture of citizens residing along Red River Delta. Coming to the festival, you can participate in some traditional games such as rice cooking completion, duck catching, and firecracker hurling. The most amazing performance is on-land boat rowing dance which depicts rowing activities. In the performances, 12 people in traditional costumes stand in two parallel lines pretending they are sitting on an invisible boat and rowing while flexing their limbs and calling out with a collective rhythm. The performance is the end of the festival.