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Thien Mu Pagoda Hue
Vietnam

Thien Mu Pagoda is a pagoda sitauted on Ha Khe hill, left bank of the Huong River, away Hue city center 5km to the west. Thien Mu pagoda was built in 1601. The tower in front of the pagoda name is Phuoc Duyen.

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