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Mausoleum of King Minh Mang-Salutation Court and Stele House
Vietnam

The Tomb consists of three entrances namely Great blessing gate in the middle, Left blessing gate and Right blessing gate on either side. On the salutation court there exits the Thanh stone statue of Great Mandarins, along with elephants and horses representing the royal entourage that accompanies and protects the emperor in the other world.

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

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