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Tomb Of King Ngo Quyen In Cam Lam Village
Vietnam

King Ngo Quyen was born in 898 in the village of Cam Lam, Duong Lam commune, Son Tay town. In 938 he soundly defeated the Chinese at the famous 'Battle of Bach Dang River'.

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