Hue Forbidden City in Vietnam: mysteries of life

Hue Forbidden City in Vietnam: mysteries of life

Hue Forbidden City in Vietnam was built in the 3rd year of the reign of King Gia Long (1804), which was initially called the Cung Thanh or the Fortified Palace. The successor’s kings continued to add other buildings there. During the third year of King Minh Mang (1822), it was r[...]

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Hue in Vietnam will have pedestrian streets

Hue in Vietnam will have pedestrian streets

Hue in Vietnam will have pedestrian streets. This was the official information announced in the afternoon of 16/8/2017 by the People's Committee of the city of Hue. Imperial Hue City will use the three main streets for pedestrians during the weekend to bet[...]

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Hue in Vietnam: Feast reserved for unknown souls

Hue in Vietnam - Feast reserved for unknown souls

The inhabitants in Hue in Vietnam organized the feast reserved for the unknown souls in 23 May in lunar calendar or in 17 June of solar calendar. The worship ceremony is both at the family level, community-based organizations, groups that share the same profession, live in the same hamlets, neighborh[...]

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Hue in Vietnam - World Cultural Heritage

Hue in Vietnam - World Cultural Heritage

Hue in Vietnam is the capital of Thua Thien Hue province located in the center of the country. Hue is also the center of the central region of Vietnam in many aspects such as culture, politics, health, education, tourism, science... With the Per[...]

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Hue Forbidden City in Vietnam

Hue Forbidden City in Vietnam

Hue Forbidden City in Vietnam belonging to the remains of the Hue ancient capital was the center of the daily activities of the king and the royal family of the Nguyen Dynasty from 1802 to 1945. Hue Forbidden City was built by King Gia Long in 1804 behind the Thai Hoa Palace or Palace [...]

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