Established as the capital of unified Viet Nam in 1802, Hué was not only the political but also the cultural and religious centre under the Nguyen dynasty until 1945. The Perfume River winds its way through the Capital City, the Imperial City, the Forbidden Purple City and the Inner City, giving this unique feudal capital a setting of great natural beauty.

- UNESCO (CC-BY-SA IGO 3.0)

14 sites in this World Heritage

  • Citadel of Hué, including Imperial City, Purple Forbidden City, Royal Canal, Museum of Hue, National University, Lake of the Serene Heart
  • Thien Mu Pagoda
  • Temple of Letters and Temple of Military
  • Royal Arena and Voi Re Temple
  • Duc Duc Tomb
  • Nam Giao Esplanade
  • Tu Duc Tomb
  • Dong Khanh Tomb
  • Hon Chen Temple
  • Thieu Tri Tomb
  • Khai Dinh Tomb
  • Minh Mang Tomb
  • Gia Long Tomb
  • Tran Hai Fortress

Citadel of Hué, including Imperial City, Purple Forbidden City, Royal Canal, Museum of Hue, National University, Lake of the Serene Heart

Thien Mu Pagoda

Temple of Letters and Temple of Military

Royal Arena and Voi Re Temple

Duc Duc Tomb

Nam Giao Esplanade

Tu Duc Tomb

Dong Khanh Tomb

Hon Chen Temple

Thieu Tri Tomb

Khai Dinh Tomb

Minh Mang Tomb

Gia Long Tomb

Tran Hai Fortress

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DATA

Region
Asia and the Pacific
Country
Viet Nam 
Category
Cultural
Name
Complex of Hué Monuments
Selection Criteria (?)
(iv)
Year of Registered
1993
Keyword
Registered in 1993