The Man Quang Communal Hall is a historical site located in the Man Quang II block of Hoa Quy ward in the Ngu Hanh Son district of Danang City.
BACKGROUND OF THE MÂN QUANG COMMUNAL HALL RELICS
(Hoa Quy Ward, Ngu Hanh Son District, Danang City)
The Mân Quang Communal Hall is a historical site located in the Man Quang II block of Hoa Quy ward in the Ngu Hanh Son district of Danang City. It is about 6km southwest of Marble Mountain (Ngu Hanh Son). The Mân Quang Communal Hall is a historical site
Unfortunately, the hall was flattened during the war in 1972. However, the villagers of Mân Quang came together and rebuilt a new communal hall in honor of their gods, ancestors, and people who had contributed to their homeland and country. The new hall was inaugurated on December 21, 2003, using modern materials and a reinforced concrete structure while maintaining the old style. The communal hall stands on a campus of 696 m2, with a length of 12.34m and a width of 8.15m.
Forms of cultural activities, folklore, traditional festivals:
The villagers of Mân Quang celebrate traditional festivals and cultural activities. Every year, on the 10th day of the third lunar month, they organize offerings to pray for peace. The villagers contribute all offerings.
Historical, scientific, artistic and cultural values
Although the enemy destroyed the communal hall during the war and the artifacts in the communal house were lost, the clans still kept the three ancient titles. In addition, the families still retain their funeral orations. The rebuilding of the new communal hall in 2003 was an act of deep gratitude to their predecessors despite the tough economic conditions of the people of Mân Quang village. This tradition is a beauty that all village residents must continue to promote and pass on to future generations.
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