Tran Le Xuan Palace
2 Đ. Yết Kiêu, Phường 5, Thành phố Đà Lạt, Lâm Đồng, Vietnam
About Tran Le Xuan Palace
It is a complex of three villas which was located in the Lam Dong province, Vietnam. This was the resting place of Tran Le Xuan and Ngo Dinh Nhu's family. Later, the mansion was used as the Central Highlands Ethnic Museum and today becomes the National Archive Center IV, where the Nguyen Dynasty woodblocks are kept.
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