Khuc Thua Du temple in Cuc Bo village, Kien Quoc commune, Ninh Giang district, worships 3 national heroes of the Khuc family (Khuc Thua Du, Khuc Thua Hao, Khuc Thua My). The temple was recognized as a national historical relic by the state in 2015.
National hero Khuc Thua Du (? – 907) from Hong Chau (now Ninh Giang district) was the one who laid the foundation for our country’s independence and self-reliance after 1,000 years of feudal domination. northern. On the occasion of the weakening of the Tang Dynasty, he brought his army to attack Tong Binh (Dai La) government and proclaimed himself as the Tu Tu missionary, standing up to rule our country. After his death, his son Khuc Hao came to power and implemented many important reforms, contributing to the stability and development of the country. Lord Khuc Hao is considered by history to be the first reformer of the Vietnamese monarchy. After the death of the late Lord Khuc Hao, the late Lord Khuc Thua My ruled our country and took many measures to prevent invasion from the North. However, due to the strong Southern Han invaders, Khuc Thua My was defeated. Three generations of the Khuc family, who succeeded to lead the country, left a milestone in the history of the struggle to build the nation’s independence and self-reliance.
The temple is located adjacent to the dyke of the Luoc river, the temple face is facing to the south. From the outside to the inside of the temple through the stone bridge, to the meeting ground, with two reliefs made of large stones. The motifs are elaborately carved, depicting the scene where the people gathered to follow the Fairy God Khuc Thua Du to gain autonomy and live a peaceful and peaceful life.