Royal tomb found in Hue

The tomb is covered by sand nine meters below ground
A group of workers, exploring for titanium in Hue last Friday, discovered an old royal tomb nine meters below ground.

Historians said the tomb in Quang Dien District was likely built during Nguyen Lords times from 1558 to 1775. 

Authorities have since instructed the Thua Thien Hue Mineral Corporation to call off its survey work.

Currently titanium workers found out a Cham tower when they were exploring titanium in Phu Vang district of Thua Thien hue province. The tower was said to be one of the oldest Cham towers in Vietnam.

By Th.Uyen – Translated by Thuy Doan

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