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The Monuments Of Hai Van Quan At The Peak Of The Hai Van Pass
Vietnam

Hai Van Quan was built in 1826 by King Minh Mang. The gate overlooking Da Nang with the title 'The most grandinose gate'. The gate overlooking Hue is imprinted with three words 'Hai Van gate'.

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