See the first book with Vietnamese national language
daitranvan 20-03-2021, 23:06
This book was printed in 1651, in Rome (Italy) is now kept at the Mang Lang Church (Tuy An district, Phu Yen).
See the first book with Vietnamese national language
According to Father Phero Truong Minh Thai (left) the parish priest of Mang Lăng Parish, this ancient book is titled “The 8-day Sermons”.
The book was compiled by cleric Alexandre de Rhodes, then printed at the Vatican printing house and brought to Vietnam for use in his preaching sessions.
Currently, this ancient book is kept at the Mang Lang Church – one of the oldest churches in Vietnam built-in 1892.
The first words of national language are printed inside the book.
The technique of imprinting is used in the book’s printing method, which is one of the most advanced printing techniques available only by a few modern printers in the world, so when placing the book near a light or sunlight they are You will see many beautiful patterns and text.
Though the time is stained, the text in the book remains clear.
According to Father Phero Truong Minh Thai, previously this ancient book was displayed in the memorial area of ​​the priest Alexandre de Rhodes for all visitors and parishioners to enjoy, but fear that the book would be corrupt and corrupt. Because of the weather, the church keeps the original book in a sealed box and displays the version only.
Entrance to the memorial area of ​​the priest Alexandre de Rhodes
The place to store the national language book for visitors to visit
To admire this book and the ancient church of Mang Lăng, if you are resting in the city. In Tuy Hoa, tourists move on Highway 1 towards Chi Thanh Town (Tuy An district, Phu Yen) about 35km to arrive.

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