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Tomb of Tu Duc, Complex of Hue Monuments

In the summer of 2018, CyArk documented several monuments related to the Vietnamese Emperor Tu Duc at the Hue Monuments Complex. CyArk collaborated with the Hue Monuments Conservation Centre (HMCC) to document the Hoa Khiem Temple, Tu Duc Tomb Stele Building, Tu Duc Queen’s tomb and the nearby An Dinh Palace. CyArk completed photogrammetry of both the interior and exterior of the monuments with a Nikon D810 and a Phase One Medium format camera and aerial photogrammetry with a Phantom 4 Pro drone. Scanning of the monuments was accomplished with a FARO X330 laser scanner. The HMCC recently completed a restoration program on buildings at the monument and wanted baseline documentation of the structures for conservation purposes, as well as digital assets to be used in the promotion of the site. Photograph by Kieran Kesner.

Country
Vietnam
Field Documentation
June 22, 2018
Historical Period
19th century
Location
16° 25' 59" N, 107° 33' 55" E
Sponsor
Hue Monuments Conservation Centre
Open Heritage
Google Arts & Culture
Partners
Seagate

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