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Tomb of King Khai Dinh-The Middle row of Thien Dinh Palace
Vietnam

Thien Dinh Palace with it three rows of halls, is the most important building in the complex. The left and right rows were reserved for the tomb caretakers and the middle row for the emperor's relics and cult. This palace especially the interior exhibit the most elaborate architectural and decorative features in the tomb complex.

(Source: the original text in information board in the tomb)

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Chargée: 07/09/2011
Mis à jour: 11/06/2014
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