Planned Buddhist temple in Prague already has parcel

The foreman of the Vietnamese society in the Czech Republic Marcel Winter said for Pravo, the temple may be build much sooner than media expect; “It may be there as soon as in one year”. They have the parcel in Prague 4 Písnice bought, just 100 m from the planed final stop of metro.

According to Radio Praha, in the Czech Republic officially live about 22 000 citizens of Vietnamese origin. Their community is most significant as tradesmen, it differs from other foreign communities mostly by not expecting any special care, proving high self sufficiency. Again, the Buddhist temple is to be sponsored by the community, by individuals and businesses as well.

Beside the Vietnamese and the other Asian communities in the Czech Republic, other 7000 people indose Buddhism, many unofficial oratories spring in Prague and other places in the Czech Republic.

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