Nhân-Hoà Village


Nhân-Hoà’s History

Giao Phan Vinh NhanHoa

Finding the roots of Nhân- Hoà village, one could not help but be touched and expressed gratitude by the sacrifices of ancestors over generations in order to build up a village of Nhân-Hoà as today.

At the beginning of the eighteenth century, two families with about 12 people living by fishing on the Cấm river came to Rú Tháp to settle. That was the beginning of the process of forming the Catholic community  of  “Trại-Nóng”, belonging to Nhà-Chung parish (Xã-Đoài).

By 1760, when the number of church goers in their community increased to about 200, they chose the land of Cồn Re in the foothills of Rú Tháp, now in Nghi Thuận commune, to settle. In 1814, King Tự Đức opened a shortcut through the Cấm River, whereby more than 40 households in the  TrạiNóng crossed the river and settled on a land that ancestors at that time viewed as gifts of  Thiên-Chúa (God of heaven) . Thanks to the harmony of people’s hearts here,  since then, it was called the Catholic community Nhân-Hoà.

Over time, despite the hardships, being imprisoned through Catholic persecution: The growing faith here is miraculous increased day after day. In 1914, Nhân-Hoà was promoted to a parish. At that time there were about 1,000 people, separated from the Xã-Đoài parish, and  a rather spacious chapel built for morning and evening prayers to worship God.

The injustices of the times, the devastation of the nature and weather have forged the people of Nhân-Hoà to become resilient but honest, naive, tolerant and hard-working.





Nhân-Hoà Village is a land with a long history of settlement, and is  located about 2km west of Highway 1A, in Nghi-Thuận commune, Nghi-Lộc district, Nghệ-An province. In addition, the transportation is very convenient, and  the distance to Vinh City and Vinh international airport is 20 kilometers.  


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Natural condition

Nhân-Hoà is located in a tropical climate, with 2 distinct seasons: summer and winter. From April to August of the Vietnamese calendar, because of the influence of the southwest wind, the weather is dry and hot. In winter, the climate is cold and humid due to the north wind .

  • Area: 70 km².
  • Average annual rainfall: 1,670 mm.
  • Average temperature: 25.2 ° C.
  • Number of sunny hours in a year: 1,420 hours.
  • Average relative humidity: 86-87%.
  • Latitude: 18 ° 33 ′ to 19 ° 25 ′ North latitude.
  • Longitude: 102 ° 53 ′ to 105 ° 46 ′ East longitude.

Nhân-Hoà is a village full of high mountains, midlands, plains and coastal areas. To the west is the North Trường-Sơn mountain range and the East bordered by Cửa-Lò sea. 


From the past up to now, the Nhan Hoa clan, or generally the people of Nghe An province, have traditional fond of learning: being the birthplace for many famous generals, politicians, scholars, and scientists. To brighten the name of their ancestors, many young people now study abroad in Japan, Singapore, Thailand, Australia, America, and Europe. There are also prominent stars in the Vietnam international football team coming from Nghệ-An province.




Vinh city tourist area is located in a convenient traffic location, with National Highway 1A and the North – South railway running through, with Vinh airport located not far from the city center. Above all, Vinh City is also an important traffic hub between the North and the South. 

Vinh city has long been attractive to tourists by the typical features of an urban Nghệ city. Coming to Vinh city, visitors can participate in many types of tourism such as research tourism, ecotourism, resort, or Cửa-Lò beach. Especially, Vinh Market is the biggest and most crowded place in Central Vietnam.

On Tết occasion, the atmosphere here becomes cheerful, bustling with flags, flowers, and trumpet music.

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Local Special Dishes

Nhân-Hoà Village is also a paradise of cuisine due to its special location and climate. On coming to this land, visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy famous local food, such as, Bánh mướt, Bánh bèo, and Bánh canh…etc. These  nevertheless have become a specific cultural trait, creating  a hard–to–forget impression on visitors.


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Cháo lươn

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Bánh canh

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Bánh mướt


Bánh bèo

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