Hue Forbidden citadel overview

Forbidden citadel was reserved for the private use of kings and their families. This area was an important component of the Hue Imperial City.


Forbidden citadel was reserved for the private use of kings and their families. This area was an important component of the Hue Imperial City, which included several palaces: Can Chanh Palace (King’s Residence), Khon Thai Palace (Queen’s Residence), Dien Tho Palace(King’s mother’s Residence), and Truong Sinh Palace (King’s paternal grandmother’s Residence).

Unfortunately, most of the palaces were destroyed in the wars, with the exception of the Dlen Tho and Truong Sinh Palaces. Diem Tho Palace was built in 1804. A special feature of this architectural structure is the roofed corridor that links Dien Tho Palace to the king’s residence to facilitate the King’s visits to his mother. It was restored as its old design.ved for the private use of kings and their families. This area was an important component of the Hue Imperial City, which included several palaces: Can Chanh Palace (King’s Residence),

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