Hue

Huế ( listen) is the capital city of Thua Thien-Huế province, Vietnam. Between 1802 and 1945, it was the imperial capital of the Nguyen dynasty. It is well known for its monuments and architecture. Its population stands at about 950,000 people.[1] In Sino-Vietnamese script, used until 1945, the name of the city is written 化.
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An Dinh Palace After abdicating the throne, the last king of Vietnam – Bao Dai – asked to keep An Dinh Palace, which was built by his…

An Dinh Palace

After abdicating the throne, the last king of Vietnam – Bao Dai – asked to keep An Dinh Palace, which was built by his father - Emperor Khai Dinh – outside the…

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City

City

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Hue Citadel

Hue Citadel

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Khai Dinh Tomb

Khai Dinh Tomb

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King Gia Long

King Gia Long

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Luong Kihem Tomb

Luong Kihem Tomb

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Minh Ma Tomb

Minh Ma Tomb

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Perfume River Cruise

Perfume River Cruise

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Tu Duc Tomb

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Van Mieu Hue

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H_6_LGFS The Flag Tower is the focal point of Hue city. It is commonly known as the Flag pole
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The Flag Tower is the focal point of Hue city. It is commonly known as the Flag pole
H_7_FHTI A panorama view of the Imperial Citadel
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A panorama view of the Imperial Citadel
H_8_WUWW Bridges cross Huong Giang River
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Bridges cross Huong Giang River
H_10_DMJN Yellow paddy rice fields
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Yellow paddy rice fields
H_11_BKEO Romantic Huong Giang River viewed from height
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Romantic Huong Giang River viewed from height
H_12_FJEG Dong Khanh and Quoc Hoc Hue are two famous high schools on the banks of Huong River
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Dong Khanh and Quoc Hoc Hue are two famous high schools on the banks of Huong River
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