Tay Ninh is a small city in southern Vietnam, approx. 80km northwest of Saigon. The city is mostly known for being the home of the Cao Dai religion, an indigenous syncretic Vietnamese religion which encompasses the teachings of the major world religions. The Cao Dai Great Temple (i.e. Holy See) is located 5 km to the east of the city and was built between 1933 and 1955.

01 Cao Dai great temple facade 02 Cao Dai great temple 03 Cao Dai great temple 04 Temple towers 05 Cao Dai great temple
06 Cao Dai great temple 07 Central tower - Cao Dai temple 08 Rear tower - Cao Dai temple 09 Temple towers 01 Worshippers in Cao Dai Great Temple 02 Worshippers in Cao Dai Great Temple
03 Ornate columns and worshippers 04 Worshippers in Cao Dai Great Temple 05 Interior of Cao Dai Great Temple 06 Interior of Cao Dai Great Temple 07 Interior of Cao Dai Great Temple 08 Ornate columns and worshippers
09 Frontal part of Cao Dai temple with priests and sphere 10 Frontal part of Cao Dai temple with priests and sphere 11 Worshippers in Cao Dai Great Temple 12 Worshippers in Cao Dai Great Temple 13 Worshippers in Cao Dai Great Temple 14 Ornate columns 15 Cao Dai worshippers and ornamental columns
16 Cao Dai priests and ornamental columns 17 Worshippers in Cao Dai Great Temple 18 Cao Dai priests 19 Cao Dai priests 20 Cao Dai priests
21 Cao Dai high priests during function 22 Cao Dai high priests during function 23 Female worshippers 24 Worshippers and priests 25 Interior of Cao Dai Great Temple and worshippers
26 Statues of Cao Dai saints 27 Female worshippers 28 Female worshippers
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