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Activities held by Hue Monuments Conservation Center

LEGENDS OF THE PERFUME RIVER (start from the area of Hon Chen/Hue Nam Shrine to Nghinh Luong Dinh pavilion, in front of the Flag Tower)

June 6 and 12, 2010: from 17:00-21:15

The snapshots of the river’s history, legends and beauty are artistically arranged in a spectacle to promote her natural and historical values, which are attributed to the nature and soul of Hue’s people.

The program is structured with nine highlights along the way from Jade Cup Temple to Van Nien Water Plant, Xuoc Du Bridge,Temple of Literature, Kim Long Communal House, Thien Mu Pagoda and Bach Ho Bridge before reaching its final destination at Nghinh Luong Dinh Pavillion, where a luring art performance about the legendary river will be showcased.

NAM GIAO OFFERING RITUAL (at Nam Giao Esplanade)

On June 9, 2010; from 19:30-21:30

This is one of the traditional rites under the Nguyen Dynasty featuring the desire for prosperity and peace to the nation and favourable weather.

Building on the success of previous festivals, the Offering Ritual in 2010 will be precisely restored its ceremonial process as it were in the feudal era of Vietnam.


(in front of the Flag Tower, nearby the Defensive Moat)

On June 10: from 20:00 – 21:30

The “Voyage to reclaim the country’s land” spectacle depicts the progression of country’s reclaimation to the South, started from the 10th century and completed with the revolution in 1945, opening a new chapter of national history in the era of Ho Chi Minh.

The spectacle hightlights the reclaimation process under Nguyen lords in associated with the nation’s traditions and affection of the people nationwide toward Thang Long – the thousand-year old capital. This is to assert our sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity in the context of integration and development.


IMPERIAL NIGHT (at Hue Imperial City)

May 5, 2010: from 21:00-22:30 (after the opening ceremomy)

May 8 and 11, 2010: 19:00 – 21:00 (with Royal Banquet)

Imperial Night is the program displaying the splendor of the Imperial city with madarins, soldiers, eunuchs, concubines and daily activities behind the gate of palaces.

A variety of royal arts such as ceremonial court music, royal dancing, classical drama, Hue folksongs, royal poems and so forth will be showcased. The royal culinary art together with royal and folk games will also be introduced in programs of royal banquets, Hue’s tea ceremony, Poem Recital, performances of poem calligraphy on lanterns, Hue traditional lucky tag and the game “Dau Ho”. These activities will be revived on the background of romantic lights of torches and candles in association with exhibitions and installation arts.