New research into the former imperial capital of Hue during the 19th century as regards architecture, politics, military affairs, culture, and social affairs was released at a symposium on June 10.
The Hue Museum of Royal Antiquities displays more than 40 artefacts relating to King Gia Long of the Nguyen Dynasty, including muskets and royal seals.
Nguyen Dynasty Emperor Minh Mang's parasol flowers are in full bloom throughout the Imperial City of Hue, ancient capital of Vietnam.
The White Palace in Vung Tau Town was where King Thanh Thai, the 10th ruler of the Nguyen Dynasty, was once confined.
An exhibition of handwritten notes penned by Nguyen Dynasty Kings (1802-1945) on chau ban (official administrative papers) is ongoing in Hanoi.
An exhibition took place in Sydney, Australia on September 6 – 15, featuring artworks and designs inspired by Vietnamese culture during the Nguyen Dynasty (1802 – 1945).
Two pavilions of the Nguyen Dynasty, Vietnam's last royal family, in the central town of Hue, are depicted on the VND50,000 bill.
Luc Bo Cultural Space in Hue Citadel in the central city of Hue used to be Phu Phu chinh (the office of the highest ranking mandarins supporting a young king in dealing with national affairs) in the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945).
An exhibition on imperial workshops under the Nguyen Dynasty is underway in the former imperial city of Hue, the central province of Thua Thien-Hue as part of the Hue Traditional Craft Festival 2019.
The tomb of King Tu Duc of the Nguyen Dynasty in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue has been digitally recorded on the Google Arts & Culture Platform to be promoted worldwide, making it the first heritage of Vietnam to be added to Google’s collection.
More than 350 artisans and 62 craft production facilities and villages, both domestic and international, have registered to participate in the Hue Traditional Craft Festival, which is scheduled to take place from April 26 till May 2, the festival’s organiser said.
An exhibition on names and capitals of Vietnam through the feudal age until 1945 as carved on printing wood blocks of the Nguyen dynasty opened in Hanoi on February 25.
The Hue ancient capital city in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue served more than 67,870 tourists, including 48,180 foreigners during Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday from February 2-8, up 177 percent year on year.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has described all archives kept at the National Archives Centre IV, based in Da Lat city of the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, as priceless assets of the nation.
Director of the Centre for Vietnam Studies in Turin of Italy Sandra Scagliotti recently launched her Italian-language book featuring Vietnamese cuisine and culture.
The Vietnam History Museum in Ho Chi Minh City has opened the Net Cu Dau Xua (Marks of History) exhibition, showcasing 130 Vietnamese artefacts from the 15th to 20th century.
The central province of Thua Thien-Hue received 3.7 million visitors during January-October, a year-on-year surge of 21%.
Administrative reforms are very important to the development of a nation, State managers and researchers agreed during a conference reviewing administrative reforms under the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945), reflected through chau ban (official administrative papers).
Authorities in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue is having a headache removing illegal residents from the citadel’s walls located in Hue city.
A Mother Goddess ritual worshipping festival started on August 18 at the Hon Chen Temple, a monument built by the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945) kings hundreds of years ago in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue.