Attraction Hai Mươi Ba Tháng Tám, tp. Huế, Thừa Thiên Huế, Vietnam Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Nine Dynastic Urns is special ?
The Nine Dynastic Urns is one of the most outstanding artworks in tangible cultural treasures of Hue Citadel. The impressive aesthetic characteristics and the high technical qualifications have turned it into one of appealing tourist attractions in Hue.
The Dynastic Urns include 9 urns situated in the front of Hien Lam Pavilion, opposite The Mieu Temple and to the southwest of Hue Imperial City. The Nine Dynastic Urns was started its construction in December 1835 and completed in June 1837 under King Minh Mang. This artwork represents the unity and the beauty of the country as well as the sustainable and permanent existence of Nguyen Dynasty. The pictures selected to display on the 9 Urns could also regarded as a vivid encyclopedia of Vietnam country at that time. The Nine Dynastic Urns is one of the fascinating tourist attractions in Hue.
What to explore at Nine Dynastic Urns?
Each urn is carved the proper name symbolizing the emperors after their death put into The Mieu Temple, namely Cao Urn - Emperor Gia Long, Nhan Urn - Emperor Minh Mang, Chuong Urn - Emperor Thieu Tri, Anh Urn - Emperor Tu Duc, Nghi Urn - Emperor Kien Phuc, Thuan Urn - Emperor Dong Khanh, Tuyen Urn - Emperor Khai Dinh. Meanwhile, Du Urn and Huyen Urn were not intended to symbolize any kings as the result of the success of August Revolution ending the feudal period of Nguyen Dynasty and bringing Vietnam country to enter the new history. Discovering unique features of The Nine Dynastic Urns is definitely one of the most things to do in Hue, strongly attracting the great number of both domestic and international tourists.
How to get to Nine Dynastic Urns?
It takes 35 mins driving from Phu Bai International Airport and 7 mins from Hue Train Staton.
- Amazing and historic works of art
- Look carefully at the decorative elements
- Fully restored Imperial Temple
- A great corner of the main complex
- Beautiful Detail, Interesting History
Hai Mươi Ba Tháng Tám, tp. Huế, Thừa Thiên Huế, Vietnam
Tips for you
The 9 Dynastic Urns are one of the highlights of visiting the Imperial Citadel... these large, bronze works of art are symmetrically arrayed at the opposite side of the courtyard separating the temple of the 7 Nguyen Emperors. A close examination reveals the interesting adornments on the outside of the urns... Don't miss this wonderful spot in the ancient Imperial complex -- enjoy :))