Tomb of Lady Vu, Khanh Hoa
As she had no child, the king gave her a large field for cultivation without tax. According to the legend, the anniversary ceremony of her death is on the 16th day of the twelfth lunar month.
The tomb stands solemnly on the upper mound of a large field. The tomb is constructed according to the Chinese character "Quoc", faces to the south east. There is a large rectangle lotus pond there.
The tomb consists of three ramparts which were made of limestone, sand and bricks. The outer rampart with 20m long, 14m wide and 1.5m high surrounds the tomb on which there is a small door, two pink lions made of limestone and sand stand by two sides of the door. On the inside of the wall, many pictures were carved following tales, which are related to Confucianism and Taoism.
The middle rampart, then the inner rampart surrounds the tomb which is 12m long, 0.9m wide, 1.2m high. The grave has in arched shaped. Two sides of the gate have two skilful carving unicorns. The grave is located on the middle of the area on which has a steal carving Chinese character to record her services.