The archbishop’s palace is made of precious wood, unique in Vietnam

Built in 1935, the Kon Tum Bishop’s House has a very massive size with the main materials being precious woods harvested locally.

 

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Located at 46 Tran Hung Dao, Kontum city, Kon Tum province, Kon Tum Bishop’s Palace is a famous and unique ancient architectural work of the Central Highlands region.

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Built in 1935, the building is a harmonious combination of Western architecture with traditional indigenous architecture.

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A special feature of the Bishop’s House is that except for the pillars under the floor made of reinforced cement, the entire house is built with precious woods harvested locally.

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The building has a very massive size with a length of 100m, including 2 floors.

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Close-up of wooden architectural motifs on the front of the Bishop’s Palace.

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The way up is two curved stairs located on both sides of the main gate.

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Corridor inside the Bishop’s Palace.

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A set of doors made of precious wood.

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Panoramic view of the chapel inside the Bishop’s House.

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Stained glass windows make the space in the chapel sparkling and magical.

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Wooden architectural details in the chapel.

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The stairs inside the Kon Tum Bishop’s Palace are also made entirely of wood.

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The upper floor of the Bishop’s Palace has a traditional room displaying artifacts of the Central Highlands ethnic people associated with the missionary process from 1848 to the present.

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The back of the building.

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The house is on the side.

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The campus of Kon Tum Bishop’s Palace is very large, planted with many different types of flowers and trees, making the building completely separate from the city.

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Scattered throughout the campus are miniature landscapes that recreate the tangible cultural values ​​of the Central Highlands ethnic groups such as communal houses…

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Gourd baskets and shells…

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Or dugout boat.

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Kon Tum Bishop’s Palace is closed on Tuesdays, the remaining days of the week are open to visitors.