Cities of Vietnam: Hue
Hue (HUE) – the capital of the last emperors of the Nguyen dynasty (1802-1945.), one of the cultural, religious and educational centers of Vietnam, the third largest city of Southern Vietnam, as well as one of the most interesting cities of the country.
Imperial palaces have been preserved and restored here, Citadel Kin-Thhan (1804-1821.) With the Fort of Mangroup (still used as a military base) and a multitude of gate, Tai-Hoa Palace ("Palace of Higher Harmony"), "Nine holy guns", Forbidden magenta city of Dai-Noi, or Tu-Kam-Than (almost destroyed by American troops in 1968.), Pagoda of Tien-Mu (Lilma, 1601 g.) from the tower of Thap-Fyok-Zen (1844 g.) and the famous Dai Hong Chung bell (1710 g., Weight more than 2 tons), Museum of Emperors Bao Tang-Ku-Wat (1845 g.) with a small military museum, Tai Hoa Palace (1805 g.), Pagoda you dat and you, Hugh, Changtien Bridge and Savior Cathedral (1937-1942.).
Special attention deserves the famous "The graves of emperors" With more similar to small cersums you are soooed (1864-1867.), Kiena Fuka, Ming Manga (1841-1843.), La Long Long (1814 g.), Dong Khan (1888-1923.), High Diny (1920-1931.), Three and others (located outside Hyue), Temple of Hoakey (6 km south of Hyue), the famous Dongba market (here they sell traditional conical hats in the country) and many other architectural structures and historical monuments, thanks to which Hue is entered in UNESCO World Heritage List.
Reviews and studies of trips
Vietnamese Railways and Travel Class Ordinary Hard Seats
Rather on the trains of the Vietnamese Railway from Ho Chi Minhina to Hue, let’s see the picturesque views of the sea from the windows of a simple sedent car with rigid wooden seats. Read more →
kirill moiseev | Summer 2016
From Dananga in Hue easier to get to the train – from the city center to the city center and cheaper. Hue city looks like the same gently like Danang. Here very, a lot of hotels. Read more →
Juan | Spring 2016
Vietnam – a country of thirty three pleasures
I treated Vietnam very wary. What I saw in reality? In reality, I once again made sure that it is better to see once than hear a hundred times. Read more →