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Mia Pagoda
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Mia Pagoda (Sung Nghiem Tu) was built in 17th century, located on laterite hill in the middle of Dong Sang village, Duong Lam commune. Formerly this area is Cam Gia, common name is Mia, so people call Mia Pagoda.

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