At the tomb of Tự Đức is in the outskirts of Hue (pronounced h'way).
Tự Đức was the 4th Emperor of the Nguyễn (n'win) Dynasty of Vietnam and reigned from 1847-1883.
The tomb was constructed between 1864 and 1867. Interestingly, it was used by the Emperor during his lifetime as well as after death (he ruled 1848-1883). The emperor used the grounds to hunt game in the woods and recite poetry with concubines on the lakeside. He even constructed Hoa Khiem Temple on the site to use as a palace during his long retreats to the area.