People in Nha Trang visiting religious facilities on Lunar New Year's Eve

Friday, 12/02/2021, 09:52 [GMT+7]

People in Nha Trang visiting religious facilities on Lunar New Year's Eve

The lunar year 2020 was over. On evening February 11, people in Nha Trang City said goodbye to 2020 and welcome Lunar New Year 2021. This year, due to the outbreak of COVID-19, many cultural activities celebrating Lunar New Year in Nha Trang have been suspended. On 2021 Lunar New Year’s Eve, many people in Nha Trang visited religious facilities in the city to pray for a year of good health, happiness, and luck.
 
The following are some images of people in Nha Trang visiting religious facilities on 2021 Lunar New Year’s Eve 
 
 
People are given masks and wash their hands with hand sanitizer before entering Nha Trang Cathedral
People are given masks and wash their hands with hand sanitizer before entering Nha Trang Cathedral

 

 

People wearing masks and follow social distancing guidance at Nha Trang Cathedral
People wearing masks and follow social distancing guidance at Nha Trang Cathedral

 

 

Washing hands with hand sanitizer at Cat Pagoda
Washing hands with hand sanitizer at Cat Pagoda

 

 

 

 

 
 
Ponagar Temple temporarily closes from 8pm February 11 to February 17 to prevent COVID-19
Ponagar Temple temporarily closes from 8pm February 11 to February 17 to prevent COVID-19

 

Some people praying outside Ponagar Temple
Some people praying outside Ponagar Temple

 

Long Son Pagoda on 2021 Lunar New Year’s Eve
Long Son Pagoda on 2021 Lunar New Year’s Eve

 

 

 

Buying “lucky things” in front of Long Son Pagoda
Buying “lucky things” in front of Long Son Pagoda

 

Rice seedlings are sold as “lucky things” on Lunar New Year’s Eve
Rice seedlings are sold as “lucky things” on Lunar New Year’s Eve

 

Carrying “lucky sugarcane” home
Carrying “lucky sugarcane” home
 
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