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Hue Citadel

Hue Citadel

Hue Citadel was chosen as the capital of the Nguyen Dynasty during the 143 years from the first king Gia Long in 1802, to the last king Khai Dinh abdicated in 1945 – including Hoang Thanh and Tu Cam Thanh, collectively referred to as the Citadel. This work began construction in 1805 and was completed in […]

Thien Mu Pagoda

Thien Mu Pagoda

Thien Mu pagoda is the oldest temple in Hue, constructed in an astonishing 1601 and is also labeled the unofficial symbol of Hue city. Legend has it that when Lord Nguyen Hoang was entrusted to rule Dang Trong by King Le (during this period, Vietnam was named Dai Viet and divided into 2 parts: Dang […]

Minh Mang Tomb – The Revival

Minh Mang Tomb – The Revival

Minh Mang Tomb (Hieu Mausoleum) is one of the Imperial City of Hue’s most famous destinations. itis the tomb of Minh Mang King, who had the real name of Nguyen Phuc Dam and was the second king of the Nguyen dynasty in Hue many years ago. Where is Minh Mang Tomb Located just 12km from […]

Thanh Toan Bridge – The most unique bridge in Hue

Thanh Toan Bridge – The most unique bridge in Hue

Thanh Toan bridge is the only bridge in Hue and is one of the 5 most famous bridges in Vietnam with the extremely unique architecture “Thuong Gia Ha Kieu” which means that on the lower house is a bridge. With the ancient beauty of Vietnamese village style, Thanh Toan Bridge is a beautiful and interesting […]

Khai Dinh Tomb – The Pinnacle of Art

Khai Dinh Tomb – The Pinnacle of Art

Khai Dinh Tomb , also known as Ung Lang, is a unique cultural and artistic work with an architecture that can be crowned the most special of all tombs and also the last architecture of the dynasty Nguyen in Hue The Khai Dinh King, whose real name is Nguyen Phuc Buu Dao, began to build […]

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