Reached from Dalat by the Crémaillère Railway, this is the most wondrous architectural confection of broken glazed tiles, built around 1950 and renovated recently.
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The approach from the street
The detail starts to become apparent
Some of the surrounding small buildings
One of the pillars by the entrance
The big dragon gate into the side garden
Buddha, complete with multiple neon halos, in front...
Another view of the side aisle
Roof decorations from halfway up the stairs
A small mezzanine landing
A jumble of roof decorations
A comical dragon in a rooftop corner
The many-armed Buddha in a side chapel
Splendid view from the roof
Looking down to the ornamental building in the yard
One of the roof dragons with its novel nasal hair
Another view along the main roof ridge
The Buddha on top of the big dragon gate
The seven-tiered tower, unfortunately closed when we...
A pair of trailers, very much in keeping