A Word A Week Photograph Challenge – Intricate Detailing in the Khai Dinh Tomb

These images are all from Khai Dinh Royal Tomb in Hue, Vietnam. Built around 1920, the interior rooms are full of intricate detailing.

Khai Dinh Royal Tomb in Hue, Vietnam The tomb itself was decoration overload, the entire surface covered with intricate tile mosaics.
The Royal Tomb of Khai Dinh in Hue, VietnamThe painted dragon ceiling with one of many lanterns in the Khai Dinh tomb.
Dragon Ceiling with Lantern in Khai Dinh Royal Tomb in Hue, VietnamA bronze statue of the king of Vietnam, Khai Dinh.
The Royal Tomb of Khai Dinh in Hue, Vietnam: Statue of the King Detail of the king’s coat on the statue above.
Detail of the King's Gown in Khai Dinh Royal Tomb in Hue, VietnamMore about Khai Dinh Royal Tomb in Hue, Vietnam.

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