Tomb of Khai Dinh, also known as Ung tomb is the tomb of Emperor Khai Dinh, the 12th King of Nguyen Dynasty. The architectural work owns a harmonious combination between the European modernity and the Vietnam classical characteristics.
Situated in the mid of hills on the bank of Perfume River, Thai Hoa Palace is one of the most important constructions in Hue Imperial City. It deserves a precious monument in terms of historical, cultural and art values.
Through more than a century covered with severe nature and devastating war, thanks to ingenious construction techniques and extremely proficient architectural art, Ngo Mon Gate still stays itself and is of proud ancient architectures in Vietnam.
The Nine Dynastic Urns is one of the most outstanding artworks in tangible cultural treasures of Hue Citadel. The impressive aesthetic characteristics and the high technical qualifications have turned it into one of appealing tourist attractions in Hue.
The Nine Holy Cannons has long attracted tourists thanks to the gifted sculpting details and its tremendous historical significance. They are considered as one of the masterpieces of the engraving art on bronze under Nguyen Dynasty having existing so far.
On March 26, Royal Library in Hue Citadel was reopened to serve tourists coming to Hue. There is a photo exhibition themed Revival of Hue heritages held to introduce domestic and international tourists about Hue Citadel recognized as a World Heritage.
Recently, the project of Phu Van Lau Pavilion restoration in Hue Citadel started. The architectural work has been existing for centuries as one of the most striking places of Hue Imperial City. Phu Van Lau and other works need preserving and promoting.