Tomb of Gia Long, officially Thien Tho Tomb, is a royal tomb of Nguyen Dynasty which located at Hưong Thọ commune of Hưong Trà district, some 20 kilometres south of the city of Hue. The tomb was originally built for Emperor Gia Long's first wife, Empress Thua Thiên after her death in 1814 but later became Gia Long's and some of his family members' burial site.
The tomb is a group of tombs and was well known for its beauty. The tomb originally had a main complex that formed by the double-grave tomb of the emperor and empress Thua Thien in the center, Minh Thanh Temple, the dedicated temple of Gia Long and Thừa Thien in the right, and the monument of Gia Long in the left. They were built at a plain and large hill of Thien Tho mount. On the right lies empress Thuan Thien's tomb and her dedicated temple, the Gia Thanh Temple, built upon the foothills of Thuan Sơn mount. A lot of Nguyen Dynasty royal family members, including Gia Long's mother and elder sister, were also buried here. Their burial sites made the tomb's perimeter rise to approximately 11,234 m. Today, the tomb is badly damaged and some of its structures have been destroyed.