Hue Imperial City

The Royal Citadel took nearly thirty years to build (from 1803 to 1832). It is enclosed by a long...

Imperial Academy of Hue

This used to be the single tertiary training institution during the feudalist mornarchies of Vietnam...

Imperial Fine Arts Museum

This museum was established in 1923 in the reign of Emperor Khai Dinh. At present, this museum is...

Nam Giao Esplanade

Built in 1806 in the reign of Gia Long King, the Nam Giao esplanade had once been the place where...

Tiger Arena

This arena was built in 1830 with the wall round of 5.90m high and 4.50m thick surrounding it. The...

Van Mieu

(Temple of Letters): The Temple of Letters was a place dedicated to Confucian deities. It was here...

Tang Tho Mansion

Tang Tho Mansion was one of the national archives of the Nguyen Dynasty. It was built in 1825 on a...

Phu Van Lau

Phu Van Lau (Pavilion of Edicts) was built in 1819 in the reign of Gia Long. It is the building...

Dien Tho Palace

This is the largest-scale monument that still remains in the ancient city. The Palace consists of...

Thai Hoa Palace

Within the complex of the Nguyen Dynasty’s imperial palace, Thai Hoa Palace (Palace of Supreme...

Nine Holy Canons

Among thousands of bronze genies canons cast under the reign of Nguyen’s lords and emperors, the...

The Temple

In 1804, Hoang Khao's Temple was built by Emperor Gia Long at its present-day site within the...

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