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Temple of Letters - Gia Long Temple - Hue, Viet-Nam

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Hue's Temple of Letter, also known as Gia Long temple is one of the most impressive temples of the region. It is a worship temple founded by the Nguyen dynasty to dedicate to celebrated scholars of Confucianism.

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A: Tomb of King Khai Dinh-The Middle row of Thien Dinh Palace

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Thien Dinh Palace with it three rows of halls, is the most important building in the complex. The lef...

Tomb of King Khai Dinh-The Middle row of Thien Dinh Palace

B: Mausoleum 0f King Khai Dinh-Middle Row

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Thien Dinh palace with its 3 rows of halls is the most important building in the complex. The left an...

Mausoleum 0f King Khai Dinh-Middle Row

C: Mausoleum of King Khai Dinh-Salutation court

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King Khai Dinh was the 12th king of the Nguyen Dynasty. The mausoleum located at Chau Chu mountain, a...

Mausoleum of King Khai Dinh-Salutation court

D: Mausoleum of King Minh Mang-Salutation Court and Stele House

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The Tomb consists of three entrances namely Great blessing gate in the middle, Left blessing gate and...

Mausoleum of King Minh Mang-Salutation Court and Stele House

E: 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...

Mausoleum of King Minh Mang-The Stele House

F: Mausoleum of King Minh Mang-Behind Stele House

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Mausoleum of King Minh Mang-Behind Stele House

G: Mausoleum of King Minh Mang-Outdoor

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Mausoleum of King Minh Mang was built by King Thieu Tri is located on Cam Khe mount, on the west bank...

Mausoleum of King Minh Mang-Outdoor

H: The Altar of Nam Giao-Nguyen Dynasty-Hue

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The Altar of Nam Giao is the religious site in Hue. This is the place where the Kings of Nguyen Dynas...

The Altar of Nam Giao-Nguyen Dynasty-Hue

I: Thien Mu pagoda (2)

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Thien Mu pagoda (2)

J: Thien Mu pagoda (1)

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Thien Mu pagoda (1)

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Text by Steve Smith.

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