Hue Imperial Citadel

Update news Hue Imperial Citadel

Along with many historical and cultural landmarks, Ngo Mon is regarded as a work that represents a confluence of ideals from the Nguyen Dynasty.

Admiring slice of time on vestige in Hue Imperial Citadel

Experiencing many ups and downs of history, Hue Imperial Citadel still retains its majestic beauty, preserving the quintessence of the Nguyen's Dynasty, hundreds of years ago.

Nguyen-dynasty bronze cauldrons in Hue Imperial Citadel

The Hue imperial city in Thua Thien-Hue province is now still home to bronze cauldrons dating back from Nguyen dynasty (1631-1684).

Hue Imperial Citadel hosts reenactment of Cay Neu ceremony

A ceremony involving the lowering of a Cay Neu, a tall bamboo pole featuring red pieces of garments which are used to ward off evil spirits during the Lunar New Year, took place at the Hue Imperial Citadel on January 31.

Cultural programmes to feature traditional Tet at Hue Imperial Citadel

A series of special cultural programmes recalling the atmosphere of traditional Tet (Lunar New Year) will take place at former Hue Imperial Citadel in the central province of Thua Thien Hue from January 17-31.

Traditional Tet revived at Hue citadel

The Hue Imperial Citadel in the central province of Thua-Thien Hue will be glowing with the atmosphere of traditional Vietnamese Lunar New Year (Tet) from January 17 – 31.

Hue’s Thai Hoa Palace to undergo restoration

The throne of the emperors under the Nguyen Dynasty (1803 – 1945) in Thai Hoa Palace will be moved to a safe place to make room for restoration of the interior of the palace from now to August 10, 

Monument inscriptions in Hue relics: treasure of humankind

 VietNamNet Bridge – A treasure of Han (Chinese scripts) inscriptions in verses and prose on architectural works in the Hue imperial citadel is a unique and invaluable documentary heritage of Vietnam,