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Mausoleum of King Khai Dinh-Salutation court

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King Khai Dinh was the 12th king of the Nguyen Dynasty. The mausoleum located at Chau Chu mountain, away 10km from Hue center. The construction was started on September 1920 and lasted for 11 years.

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