Dang Van Hoa tomb, a province-level historic relic

Dang Van Hoa was born to a Confucian family in a countryside. His first concern was the state while enjoying pleasures came later. He considered people’s miserability as his own. Regardless of conditions, he kept his demeanor and was not bothered by materials and reputation. Throughout his life, he proved his respect, hard work, warm-heart and responsibility. Having worked as a mandarin for 40 years, Dang Van Hoa proved his personality and bravery.

In general, the tomb faces the south east. Its simple architecture is appropriate with local system of tomb. The tomb consists of safe guarding screen, court yard and the main tomb. Over ups and downs in the history, the tomb is still taken care of by Dang clan. It is the pride, respect of Dang clan’s generations, the responsibility of Hue local in particular and Vietnamese in general.

Dang Van Hoa tomb was recognized as a province-level historic relic on Decision No. 285/QĐ-UBND of the People’s Committee of Thua Thien Hue province on July 9, 2013.

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