One can find The Tomb of Khai Dinh, the Nguyen dynasty's 12th emperor, in the Chau Chu Mountain, in close proximity to Hue in Vietnam.
The completion of this tomb, which is a mixture of Eastern and Western architecture, took 11 years, from 1920 to 1931. The surface area of this tomb is comparatively less than that of the tombs of his predecessors.
The tomb houses an imperial audience court that has a dozen stone statues, which represent bodyguards. Do not forget to check the intricately designed porcelain and glass decorations on the walls.
The ceiling is decorated with 9 intricately designed dragons.