Hue is a provincial đô thị of thua thảm Thien Hue province. Hue feature the tropical monsoon climate. So, It divided into two distinct season, the dry season from March lớn August is rather hot and muggy With the hightemperature about 40 degree.The raining season from August to lớn January is likely occur Hood with the average temperature is around 19 degree. As you know, Hue was political and cultural centre of the Feudal state of Viet Nam, This explains why there are hundreds of historical and cultural remains located in area. As such, Complex of Hue monuments was listed as aworld Cultural Heritage site in 1993.Hue is also known as a Buddhist Centre of Viet Nam. There are more than 300 ancient Pagodas in Hue. Among those, Thien MuPagoda is a oldest one With more than 400years old.Kinh ethnic people tài khoản for 97% of provincial population mainly reside in Hue city & coastal districts. The Vietnamese is commonly used in almost fields in the region. Beside that, there are some ethnic groups in thất bại Thien Hue Territory such as Bru Van Kieu, Ta Oi, co Tu… etc.The fact that Hue is well-known for having the best cuisine due khổng lồ its Imperial legacy when all best chefs nationwide were summoned khổng lồ create a large variety of dishes as the Emperors would eat dozens of different dishes at a single meal. Any Vietnamese people will agree Hue has tastiest sản phẩm from fruit and vegetables to lớn its seafood and this might be attributed tothe city’s special climate & geography.Hue is one of the few ancient capitals of the world that maintains today a cultural heritage of national and international importance. On making Hue capital of Viet phái nam early in the 19th century, The Nguyen Dynasty had constructed here a complete urban complexin which the Perfume River took a vital role.Fortifications và palace, where the Court held office & the Royal family lived, are built on the north bank of the river. Here exist 3walled enclosures and hundreds of palacesand buildings.

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Hue is the only capital đô thị of the Vietnamese monarchy that remains today. It was on principles of the Oriental Feng-Shui that walls và royal palaces of Hue was systematicallyplanned an constructed.This architectural complex faces southeast, taking the dại Binh Mount as a naturalscreen, Two islets in the Perfume River named Hen Islet & Da Vien Islet play therole of “Left Dragon” và “Right tiger” guarding the city.The first wall, known as the Citadel of Hue,, is built for the protection of al court activities. There are 10 entrances for access. It is believed that the first wall was built on Vauban design. Lts” wall 6.6m in high, 21 rn inthick và over 10,000 rn in circumferenceThe second walls( imperial city) around 2400m in circumference, was the offices where monarch & high-ranking mandarinscame for daily work. There are 4 entrancesfor accessThe third wall Forbidden Purple City, about1200m in circumference, is private quarters ofthe Emperor & his family.And within the Citadel, the Great Enclosure, which consists of the Imperial City & the Forbidden Purple city, was constructed in 1804 và completed in 1833Situated on the front of the Imperial City, the Noon gate was constructed in 1833 và reserved for the Emperor. It was also used as a tribute for Court regular and irregular festive occasions such as the Calendar Distribution Ceremony, Troops Parades,etcTo fulfill these functions, Noon gate is divided into two parts, the foundation and the Five Phoenix Pavilion. Both are U-shaped,symbolizing arms xuất hiện for guests.The foundation has five entranoes. The middle is reserved for the Emperor, four side entrances for other participants in the royal procession including elephants andhorses.The five-Phoenix Pavilion has two stages. The đứng đầu is formed by nine roofs. The middle root, cover with yellow enameled tiles, shelters the monarch in ceremonious occasions. Eight side-roofs, covers with green enameled tiles, are seats for othermembers of the Court.The Pavilion is supported by 100 columns. According to Oriental concepts, 100 is aninfinite and countless number.Occupying the most important position in the Imperial City, The Palace of Supreme Harmony house the thrones seated by 13 emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty from Gia Long to Bao Dai. During Vietnam’s Monarchy, the Emperor was considered the greatestlord. The palace was thus once the country”scenter.The palace, together with the Esplanade of Great Salutation, was the site for seriousfestive occasions such as the Coronation Ceremony, Emperor”s Birthday Anniversary và Grand meetings held bimonthly on thefirst và 15th days of the lunar monthOn these occasions, the Emperor sat solemnly on the throne. Only his immediate relatives had access to lớn the palace. Other mandarins lined on the Court according khổng lồ their ranks và titles from the first to highest grade. Civil mandarins on the left, militarymandarins on the right.The wooden canopy over the throne is elaborately carved & gilded. Eighty ironwood columns in the palace are lacquered & adorned with dragon & cloud designs symbolizing the rendezvous between the monarch & his subject. According to lớn Chinese Classic, both the dragon & the number nine symbolize the monarch. This explains the presence of thenine-dragon motif in và outside the palace.

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The Mieu is an ancestral temple to VietNam”s emperors in the imperial city. It was constructed at the order of King Minh mang in 1822-1823 for the purpose of ancestral worship of the past emperors of the Nguyendynasty.Under the French colonial, đam mê Nghi, Thanh Thai, Duy tan is 3 anti-French Kings, So they were not worshiped in The Mieu. 1959, at the request of the royal family & the people, a ceremony was held lớn admit khổng lồ the templemortuary of these 3 kings.


Hien Lam pavilion can be considered as a memorial to those who had devoted their lives lớn the establishment và development of the Nguyen dynasty. Because of the holiness of the Pavilion, the Nguyen Emperors had ordered that no other construction built in the Citadel should be higher than this pavilion. That why, this is the highest buildingin the imperial cityThese are the nine greatest bronze urns in Viet phái nam placed in the shade of Hien Lam pavilion, ln front of the The Mieu temple. They were casted by the order of King Minh Mangsymbolizing the sovereignty of the dynasty.

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