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Hue to rebuild royal garden alongside Huong River

Da Vien Cay, the most important feng shui element of the ancient Hue Citadel, is set to be reconstructed by the local government to restore it to its former glory as an imperial garden.

Nine tripod cauldrons of Nguyen dynasty

Among ancient items under the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945), the last feudal dynasty in Vietnam, is a set of nine tripod cauldrons, which was recognised as national treasures in 2012.

The imperial tomb of Khai Dinh

Built in 1920 and finished in 1931, Khai Dinh tomb is one of the most unique architectural features of the royal art in Hue city. It is the resting place of the 12th Emperor of Nguyen Dynasty – Khai Dinh (1885 – 1925).

A visit to Hue's Luc Bo Cultural Space

Luc Bo Cultural Space in Hue Citadel in the central city of Hue used to be Phu Phu chinh (the office of the highest ranking mandarins supporting a young king in dealing with national affairs) in the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945).

Hue Citadel brings back the golden era of fashion

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Hue Citadel is recreating the fashion of the golden age of the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945) every Friday evening from 8:00 pm-9:30 pm from now through May 4.

Hue Citadel seen from aerial cameras

 VietNamNet Bridge – The 520ha Hue Royal Citadel, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage, is covered by green when it is viewed from above.

Man recreates miniature model of historic Hue in HCM City

 VietNamNet Bridge - With a desire to help his parents see Hue every day, Mr. Nguyen Thanh Tung has made a miniature Hue in bustling Saigon.