Located in Xom Giua, Bai Lang village, The mausoleum was built around the end of the 18th century to worship the predecessors and late sages who established the village as well as the gods who protected people in daily life. The mausoleum was built according to the archway, roofed with yin and yang tiles. The roof edge is decorated with the shape of "two dragons of paintings" and the shape of flowers, fishtails and dragon faces,... The large interior space is divided into many folds, separated by pillars. On the main altar of the nave, there are three tablets inscribed with the titles of Phuc Ba and some gods related to the sea profession. According to the document, "Phuc Ba " is a title conferred by the King to Generals who are talented in navigation or good at conquering waves. The relic was ranked as a national monument in 2006.