File:Quan Am Montagne de Marbre, Danang.jpg

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La forme féminine du bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara est Quan Âm (Guan Yin), elle est très vénérée à Danang et au Vietnam, c'est la déesse de la compassion. Grotte Hoa Nghiem (?)


Un escalier de 156 marches permet de parvenir au sommet de Thuy Son (mont de l’eau), seule montagne de marbre accessible aux visiteurs. La terrasse panoramique, qui la surplombe, offre une vue imprenable sur les montagnes de marbre et la campagne environnante.

Cette montagne de l’Eau renferme différentes grottes naturelles, dont celle de Huyen Khong et Tang Chon, ainsi que plusieurs sanctuaires hindous et bouddhiques, la pagode Tam Thai, édifiée en 1825, celles de Tu Tam et de Linh Ung et la tour de Pho Dong.

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