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... and drank some coffee in a little stall, there really are so many tombs you can see in a day, especially at D55000 each. Hue's nightlife is pretty lively, we had a terrible meal at La Caramel, the waiter apologised and said how busy they were, ...
... the Citadel, on the opposite bank started in 1802 by Emperor Gia Long who moved the capital from Hanoi to Hue and renamed the country Vietnam. We entered through the south gate of the Citadel an impressive structure with three inner areas. The minorities ...
... the gardens behind the temple and realise just how short the Vietnamese people are, or how tall we actually are. A last night in Hue we decided to revisit Ancient Town restaurant to try a number of local dishes - and we weren't disappointed. The meals ...
... the shape of the sillouette of Hue. Once the hat is finished, if you hold it to the light you can see a shadow of the Hue skyline, along with her signature next to it. The hats cost $2. We finish the tour with a drive to the countryside, where ...
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Chu Van An, Hue, Vietnam
This former site of the old capitol has a moat and ten ornate gates guarding a palace, temples, gardens and tombs. Its most prominent feature is a tall flag tower.
On the bank of the Perfume River, Hue, Vietnam
Possibly Hue's most recognizable landmark, this pagoda contains numerous living and working buildings for its resident monks, a bell tower and a seven-tiered monument in front.
The final resting-place of this Nguyen Dynasty emperor and scholar was built before his death. A lake, pavilion and theatre still exist on the grounds.