Warriors Guarding Khai Dinh Tomb, Near Hue, Vietnam - Stock Image

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This photograph was taken in Hue, Vietnam which is just off the South China Sea on the Perfume River. Hue is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has been the home of Vietnamese and Chinese royalty since as early as the second century BC. The Imperial City is full of temples, palaces and tombs, most of which are in ruins due to centuries of war. Slow restoration is in progress. The Tomb of Khai Dinh, who was emperor in 1916 is still fairly well preserved and very ornate. The figures shown guarding the tomb were likely carved by local craftsman rather than artists. They do not have known creators, are not signed, and would be considered public domain and representative Vietnamese art of the period.

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