The Mieu Temple, Hue
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Admire dynastic continuity at The Mieu Temple, an ancestral temple dedicated to ten emperors of the Nguyen dynasty located in the World Heritage Site Imperial City, Hue. Completed in 1823, the temple houses many personal belonging of Nguyen emperors. The yellow-colored roof of the temple had endings in the form of the squash blossoms and it covers altars for each emperor with their photo and gold ingots. The courtyard has nine colossal dynastic urns dedicated to nine emperors, each about 2 m (6.5 ft) in height weighing 1,900 kg to 2,600 kg (4,189 to 5,732 lbs). The central and most ornate urn is that of the dynastic founder and the yard also features statues of dragons captivated in red boxes. Make The Mieu Temple a part of your Hue vacation plans using our Hue itinerary builder.
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If you like architecture and history, and you happen to do a tour in Hue, make sure this is in it. Happy to have seen it.
C'est un des endroits les plus agréables de la cité impériale, peu de monde notamment vers 12h. Ensemble de bâtiments récemment rénovés, colorés et chargés d'histoire. Dommage que les extérieurs ne so... read more »It's one of the nicest places of the Imperial City, few people including around noon. Set of buildings recently renovated, colorful and law enforcement history. Too bad that the exteriors are not more flowery and maintained.show original
世祖廟是順化皇城內供奉阮朝歷任皇帝神位的宗廟, 由明命帝下令修建於1822年至1823年。世廟位於太和殿西側, 皇城西南角.
Visiting nice and early will give you a some of the attraction to yourself. Great for photo opportunities.
Shrines of the Imperial lords. Very grand and colourful, but nothing special.
Bin MemoryExcellentshow original
Nguyễn Khắc LongExcellentshow original
Đoàn CưBeautiful t.h.show original
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