According to Division of Culture and Information of An Lao District, The first doctoral candidate Tran Tat Van Temple and Nguyet Ang Temple have just been recognized as national historical relics by Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
The Temple worships three members of his family: the first doctoral candidate, his wife and his son. He and his son Tran Tao were two scholars of the Mac dynasty, making great contributions to the homeland and the country. Currently, the temple is the cultural and religious center of An Lao District, the place to honor, and reward students with high achievements in their studies.
Nguyet Ang Communal House, also known as Bang Communal House, is located in Thai Son Commune, worshiping the village tutelary god Le Huu Uy, a talented scholar and a warrior. As the legend goes, he joined the army of the Tran dynasty and twice successfully led the army to fight the Champa invaders. Villagers built a communal house and a temple to commemorate his great merits.Currently, An Lao District is preparing the awarding ceremony of national historical relic certificate for Tran Tat Van Temple and Nguyet Ang Communal House, scheduled to be held on September 19, 2022 – years ago on this day the first doctoral candidate Tran Tat Van returned home to express his gratitude to ancestors after achieving academic honors.