The tomb of emperor Minh Mang, who ruled between 1820 and 1840, is perhaps the finest of all imperial tombs in Hue. Built between 1841-43 it is surrounded by peaceful ponds, gardens, pavilions and temples and lies 12km south of Hue.
01 Elephant and other statues 02 Stele pavilion 03 Stele pavilion 04 Horse statue 05 Pavilion interior with stele
06 Stele pavilion interior 07 Sung An temple 08 Sung An temple 09 Trung Dao bridge and pavilion
10 Trung Dao bridge and pavilion 11 Trung Dao bridge and pavilion 12 Red doors 13 Garden and Truc bridge 14 Garden
15 Ornamental gate and Truc bridge 16 Pond and trees 17 Pond and trees 18 Pond and trees
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