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Thai Hoa Palace Hue Citadel
Vietnam

Thai Hoa palace was contructed on February 1805 and was completed in October 1805. Thai Hoa is the most important place of the Nguyen dynasty. It was used for the King's official receptions and other important court ceremonies.

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