Stunning Chinese parasol trees bloom in Hue Imperial Citadel

VOV.VN - Visitors to the Hue ancient imperial city during the second and third month of the lunar year are being treated with scenic views of Chinese parasol trees entering full bloom.

Chinese parasol trees, scientifically known as Firmiana simplex, are seen at the entrance of the Imperial Citadel
 
The sight of the trees in full bloom enthralls visitors.
A view of the blooming trees from inside the Hue Imperial Citadel
 
 
 
 
Visitors to the site can capture scenic views of Chinese parasol trees from Thai Hoa Palace
 
 
 
 
 
In the entire country, Hue Imperial Citadel is the only place where visitors can enjoy the breathtaking scenery of Chinese parasol trees. The sight of them is especially picturesque as they enter full bloom
 

    Tourists take a stroll under the canopy of the trees in Hoang Thanh, also known as the Royal Citadel.

 

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