Hue – The Land Of Heritage
14h30 every Saturday
Phan Boi Chau Statue
Is used to memorize Phan Boi Chau who is the patriot, ideologist, poet, and famous writer of early 20th century Vietnam.
Lieu Quan Buddhist Center
Is a place to study and exchange topics not only on Buddhism but also other activities and events.
Phu Xuan Bridge
One of three bridges crossing the Perfume River, was designed and constructed by French company – Eiffel. The bridge was built to reduce the flow of traffic in the Huong River area at that time.
Luong Dinh Welcome Pavilion
this ancient architecture is where the King often comes to relax, enjoy the cool breeze while observing the river flow
Quang Duc Gate
One of the important gates of Hue imperial city. This Gate was used for the King and the Royal Family only.
Nine Holy Canons
The Nine Holy Canons was made in Nguyen Dynasty and were considered as guardians of the citadel.
Ngo Mon Square
The place where most of events of the Hue Imperial were hold. The tower was built in the square and always hang the national flag to show off the Vietnamese patriotism.
Thua Thien Hue Historical Museum
A place to store historical and war artifacts in Vietnam, and Hue
Dong Ba Market
The largest and oldest trade center of Thua Thien - Hue province and the area
Truong Tien Bridge
The first bridge crossing the Perfume River and is considered as characteristic symbols of Hue.
The street begins operating from 6pm to 2am on Fridays and Saturdays and from 6pm to 12pm on Sundays. This is the second pedestrian friendly street in Hue City after Nguyen Dinh Chieu walking street along the Huong River
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