Sitting on top of a hill in the city center, the palace boasts one of the best vantage points of Da Lat
The suggestion that the building should be pulled down to give way to the construction of a municipal administrative complex is contentious
A slew of royal activities which promise to appeal to tourists have kicked off at the UNESCO-recognized Hue Complex of Monuments in central Vietnam
Restoration has recently been kicked off at the royal library inside the Hue Royal Palace, the capital under the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945)- the country’s last monarchy - in central Thua Thien - Hue Province.
It turned the front of the palace into a very big screen telling the history of Vietnam from its founding day to the present day
The Hue Relic Preservation Center recently announced the 3D images of the edifices at The Mieu – Hien Lam Cac, part of the Hue royal palace, to help with their restoration.
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