Hue currently has 5 heritages recognized by UNESCO as world cultural heritages, including Complex of Hue Monuments (1993), Vietnamese Court Music – Nha Nhac (2003), Woodblocks of Nguyen Dynasty (2009) , Nguyen Dynasty Edition (2014), Poetry on Hue Royal Architecture (2016).
In addition, the whole province currently has nearly 1,000 relics, including 3 special national-level relics, 88 national-level relics and 90 provincial-level relics. Not only that, nature also endowed this ancient capital with many beautiful scenes such as Bach Ma, Lang Co bay, Thien An hill… to become an attractive tourist destination for tourists.
After the Lunar New Year is an opportunity for photographers to “hunt” the beautiful moments of Hue in the dew season.
Hue city center in the mist at dawn
The area of the standing Buddha statue near Tuan’s crossroads with mountains in the morning mist
Ho Thuy Tien
Khai Dinh mausoleum
Tomb of King Tu Duc
Thien An hill area
Peaceful countryside scene
Truong Tien Bridge in the mist
Peaceful scene at the confluence of Huong river – Nhu Y river
The South Bank of Hue City