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Tomb of Dong Khanh

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Location: Tomb of Dong Khanh is located on the land of Cu Si Hamlet, now Thuong Hai Village, Thuy Xuan Commune, Hue City.
Characteristic: Dong Khanh's Tomb construction lasted through the lives of four Emperors Nguyen (1888-1923). That's why it bears the stamp of two architectural inclinations of two different historical periods.
After being crowned, Dong Khanh had a temple built beside his father's tomb named Truy Tu to worship him. In February 1888, during the construction, Dong Khanh got sick and died. Emperor Thanh Thai came to the crown. He had to use Truy Tu Temple and renamed it Ngung Hy for the cult of Emperor Dong Khanh. His corpse was buried simply on a hill named "Ho Thuan Son", 30m to the west of Ngung Hy Temple. The whole tomb area was called Tu Lang. In 1916, when Khai Dinh, Dong Khanh’s son, was crowned, he had the temple renovated and the tomb built for his father. In July 1917, the tomb was accomplished. Ngung Hy Temple and its dependent houses, in particular, continued to be repaired and were finished in May 1923.

Source: VNAT

OTHER TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN HUE:
Phu Cam Conical Hat Village
An Hien Garden House
Vong Canh Hill
Thuan An Beach
Tam Giang Lagoon
Perfume River (Huong River)
Ngu Binh Mountain
Mineral Stream of My An
Lang Co Beach
Canh Duong Beach
Bach Ma National Park
Bach Ma Mountain
Tu Hieu Pagoda
Tu Dam Pagoda
Tomb of Tu Duc
Tomb of Thieu Tri
Tomb of Minh Mang
Tomb of Khai Dinh
Tomb of Gia Long
Tomb of Duc Duc
Tomb of Dong Khanh
Throne Palace (Dien Thai Hoa) and Great Rites Court
Thien Mu Pagoda
The Nine Holy Cannons
The Nine Dynastic Urns
The Flag Tower
Thanh Toan Tile - roofed Bridge
Royal Theater (Duyet Thi Duong)
Royal Library (Thai Binh Lau)
Redeemer Church