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The Altar of Nam Giao-Nguyen Dynasty-Hue
Vietnam

The Altar of Nam Giao is the religious site in Hue. This is the place where the Kings of Nguyen Dynasty offer sacrifices to the Heaven. The Altar of Nam Giao is located at Truong An ward. Hue city.

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