Location: Nhan Tower is near to Nhan
Mountain, on the northern bank of Da Rang River, close to National Highway 1A in
Tuy Hoa City, Phu Yen Province.
Characteristic: The tower has quadrilateral shape with four stories; the
fourth story is smaller than the first one.
Nhan Tower was worship place of ancient Cham people in dated in the late 11th to
the early 12th centuries. The tower is 20m high; each side of the foot tower is
11m long. The middle gate sharp is with monsters on the top. This top is special
one because it was harmoniously combined with the pyramidal symbol with ling a
symbol; one of Cham’s worships. During the French domination, the tower was
nearly ruined. At the end of the year 1960, the tower was rebuilt by the
administration of Diem’s regime. Nowadays, there is only a flat stone with the
high of 1,30m and lotus flower carved at the foot of the stone. At the foot of
Nhan Mountain, there is another stone on which were 3 ancient letters (the same
Phan letter). The stone has square shape; each side is 5m wide. Nhan Tower is a
symbol for the architectural art of Cham in Phu Yen Province.