Embellishing, restore and introduce traditional handicrafts that existed under the Nguyen Dynasty, Hue traditional crafts, in the space of the Interior - Hue Citadel
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The images of the Nguyen Dynasty citadel are fully and vividly displayed along with the daily activities and rituals in the palace hundreds of years ago.
Inside the Hue Royal Palace, there is a souvenir photo shoot for tourists to visit under the costumes of the emperor, king, queen, princess, prince and concubine.
To give visitors the opportunity to visit the area around the Citadel and all the tourist attractions inside the Citadel without spending much time.
Visitors can contact directly to register for a guided tour program, visitors can contact the guide right at the monuments.
The project was carried out between the GCREP and Hue Museum of Royal Antiquities (Hue Monuments Conservation Center). In this project, 09 Vietnamese trainees were supplied with good restoring techniques.With 17 large panels about the images, antiques as well as copy of Nguyen dynasty’s documentary pictures on the royal daily life, ceremony, music, costume and gastronomy, the exhibition may help visitors to Hue Imperial City thoroughly understand the royal life of ancient Hue.
“I am very happy to introduce this excellent project to the public. The Left Mandarin’s House has just been restored in the heart of the Imperial City, and the exhibition “Impressions and Treasures from the Imperial City-INCL. A Fine Selection of Unique Royal Tableware” – Hue Imperial City” will bring visitors to Hue a direct view on the daily life, ceremony, the personality and structure of the royal dynasty” said Ms. Jutta Frasch, the ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany in Vietnam at the exhibition.