I revisited Khiêm Lăng – Emperor Tự Đức’s Modest Tomb (1964-1967) one late afternoon when the last tourists were almost done with their visit and were about to leave. Light was changing to golden color and painting the trees, the lakes, the roofs, the stones and bricks with their warmth and gentle touch. I walked […]
Behind her, the mossy stele pavilion, on which a writing of Emperor Tự Đức was carved, looks more magnificent than ever before. After a lengthy cold and rainy month, it is now happy to sunbathe in such a nice sunny day. Emperor Tự Đức named his tomb Khiêm Lăng (Modest Tomb) but there are 50 architectures in this complex including palaces, tombs, pavilions, lakes, and a theatre, etc.