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Mausoleum of King Minh Mang-The Stele House

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The Stele House keeps the Thanh Duc Than Cong stele consisting of an easay of 2,500 Chinese charaters of Thieu Tri emperor, that was carved to praise the contribution of his emperor-father Minh Mang and to describe the tomb constructing process. The stele make of Thanh stone is 3,2 metres high. The monument were built between 1840 and 1843, during the tomb construction time.

(Source: Information board in the tomb)

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