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Dong Duong [Dông-du’o’ng.]locked

  • Emmanuel Guillon


Important group of Cham monuments 20 km south-east of Mi Son in central Vietnam. According to two inscriptions discovered on the site, some of the monuments date from ad 875 and others from the beginning of the 10th century. Dong Duong was probably a royal Mahayana Buddhist monastery founded by ...

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