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Thai Hoa Palace, Hue

Categories: Castles, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.9/5 based on 70 reviews on the web
Feel the splendor, wisdom and mercifulness of Vietnamese Nguyen emperors at Thai Hoa Palace, one of the most important buildings in the Hue Imperial City, a World Heritage Site in which commoners met kings. Featuring a large hall with ornate timer roof supported by 80 carved pillars, the place was used as official receptions and important imperial ceremonies. The palace houses a museum which gives you an overview of the entire complex. Enameled bronze, gilt ware and lacquer decorations depict dragons, clouds and numerous symbols. Built in 1805, the site was used as a coronation. To visit Thai Hoa Palace on your holiday in Hue, and find out what else Hue has to offer, use our Hue travel itinerary maker.
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  • Probably one of the most interesting buildings in the Citadel, in pictures it turns out better than TNA look indeed! :)
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  • After the door of the South (main entrance door), it's the first building, well renovated and interesting architecture, including these 80 pillars that support the roof. In the 2nd room, a 10-minute film presents the site of the Imperial City (English subtitles), for better understanding of the places to see.
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  • Dai Noi, The Purple Forbidden City, contains a number of great buildings, and the Thai Hoa Palace is one of them. Together with the Mon gate it is simply a must when visiting Hue. Dai Noi held over 30...  read more »
  • Beautiful building
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