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Devotees give one last homage to the deities who guard entrance, as they exit the Cao Dai Temple and headquarters, known as the Holy See, in Tay Ninh Province, southern Vietnam. Though the religion is unique to Vietnam, some of its five million followers are also found in the US, France and Cambodia. The eye, representing God’s Divine eye, is the symbol of their faith and is found in more than fifty locations around the temple.

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Cao Dai Temple, Tay Ninh, Vietnam
Devotees give one last homage to the deities who guard entrance, as they exit the Cao Dai Temple and headquarters, known as the Holy See, in Tay Ninh Province, southern Vietnam. Though the religion is unique to Vietnam, some of its five million followers are also found in the US, France and Cambodia. The eye, representing God’s Divine eye, is the symbol of their faith and is found in more than fifty locations around the temple.