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Gia Long shrine, the resting place of the Nguyen Dynasty’s first kingicon
TRAVEL28/10/20200

Gia Long shrine, the resting place of the Nguyen Dynasty’s first king

Despite being located the farthest from the ancient imperial city, Gia Long shrine, which is the resting place of the first emperor of the Nguyen Feudal Dynasty, is the perfect combination of architecture and nature as well as a beautiful picture.

 
Gia Long King artifacts exhibited at Hue Museumicon

Gia Long King artifacts exhibited at Hue Museum

ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS
29/05/2020

The Hue Museum of Royal Antiquities displays more than 40 artefacts relating to Emperor Gia Long of the Nguyen Dynasty, including muskets and royal seals.

Hue Museum of Royal Antiquities in picturesicon

Hue Museum of Royal Antiquities in pictures

PHOTOS
03/01/2020

Hue Museum of Royal Antiquities, a must-see destination in Hue Imperial City, is a place preserving tens of thousands of unique artifacts, mostly related to the Nguyen dynasty (1802-1945).

Exhibition reenacts old-time Hanoi in Nguyen dynastyicon

Exhibition reenacts old-time Hanoi in Nguyen dynasty

ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS
20/11/2019

The exhibition will start on November 22 at the Thang Long Imperial Citadel.

Sydney exhibition features Nguyen Dynasty-inspired artworks, designsicon

Sydney exhibition features Nguyen Dynasty-inspired artworks, designs

VIETNAM & WORLD
17/09/2019

An exhibition took place in Sydney, Australia on September 6 – 15, featuring artworks and designs inspired by Vietnamese culture during the Nguyen Dynasty (1802 – 1945).

Bronze cannon dating back to feudal era introduced to publicicon

Bronze cannon dating back to feudal era introduced to public

VIDEO
04/09/2019

During the fight against the French colonial empire, the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945) put into the battle bronze cannons, with many of them being lost to the enemy.

Nguyen Dynasty’s nine tripod cauldrons national treasuresicon

Nguyen Dynasty’s nine tripod cauldrons national treasures

TRAVEL
14/08/2019

The Imperial Citadel of Hue boasts many ancient items under the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945), which was recognised as national treasures. They include a set of nine tripod cauldrons in The Mieu yard.

Project on TV series about Nguyen Dynasty launchedicon

Project on TV series about Nguyen Dynasty launched

ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS
09/06/2019

A TV series about the Nguyen Dynasty in the 19th century will be filmed next month by a private film company in HCM City.

A visit to Hue's Luc Bo Cultural Spaceicon

A visit to Hue's Luc Bo Cultural Space

TRAVEL
02/05/2019

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).