Tra Phuong Pagoda (Chua Tra Phuong). Official name: Thien Phu tu, Small pagoda located in the native village of Kings Mac (XVIth century). Architectural com- position in the form of a reversed T (reversed Chinese character Dinh).
There are statues of the King founder, Mac Dang Dung and his wife. On the main altar is a stone stele (0m76 high, 0m55 large) with a sculpture in high relief representing Queen Nguyen Thi Ngoc Toan (0m5 high) with very nice features in sitting position for meditation. On the right of the front compartment, there is a statue of Mac Dang Dung (0m75 high) made of limestone, in sitting position for meditation, with royal dress decorated by sparrows.