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Google Arts & Culture spends 60 seconds introducing tomb of King Tu Duc

Google Arts & Culture spends 60 seconds introducing tomb of King Tu Duc 

Cập Nhật 19-04-2019

On the World Heritage Day (April 18), Google Arts & Culture spent 60 seconds showing 3D images of King Tu Duc’s tomb.

Tag: Google Arts & Culture, tomb of King Tu Duc, monument, 3D images, virtual reality, digitize, relics

Starting by reviving the field work…

Starting by reviving the field work… 

Cập Nhật 05-04-2019

With this end in view, there is no other way but to encourage farmers on the periphery of ​​King Gia Long’s Tomb to return to their rice paddy fields.

Tag: cultural landscape, King Gia Long’s Tomb, field work

King’s wine

King’s wine 

Cập Nhật 25-01-2019

The unique value of this medicinal wine is the strong taste of Chuon village’s wine made from brown rice, soaked with Minh Mang Medical Prescription.

Tag: King, wine, medicinal wine, Chuon village

Valuable information emerges owing to result of archaeological survey of King Dong Khanh Tomb relic site

Valuable information emerges owing to result of archaeological survey of King Dong Khanh Tomb relic site 

Cập Nhật 11-12-2018

This is the standard basis for verifying the technique of building wall foundation footing with a special structure consisting of stone laying fortified with lime and bricks to curb the foundation.

Tag: Valuable information, archaeological survey, King Dong Khanh Tomb, relic site

Silk Books in the Nguyen Dynasty’s Era

Silk Books in the Nguyen Dynasty’s Era 

Cập Nhật 21-11-2018

Silk books were firstly used by the Nguyen Dynasty in 1846, under the reign of King Thieu Tri: “Cung tan tam giai (Third-ranked imperial Maids) and below are awarded silk books” (Kham Dinh Dai Nam Hoi Dien Su le, Vol. 6).

Tag: Silk Books, Nguyen Dynasty’s Era, kings’ wives

Once in Hue, one should never fail to visit King Gia Long’s Mausoleum

Once in Hue, one should never fail to visit King Gia Long’s Mausoleum 

Cập Nhật 30-06-2018

The sights of King Gia Long’s Mausoleum is looked on as "an exquisite picture of the coordination between nature and architecture."

Tag: Hue, Visit, King Gia Long, Mausoleum

My Loi yam serving the king

My Loi yam serving the king 

Cập Nhật 15-04-2018

It took Mr. Doan Thua, a 78-year-old farmer, half a day of hard work to dig up about 3 kilograms of yam (dioscorea hamiltonii), shiny tubes in the sun. He looked so excited, having no idea that My Loi yam (in Vinh My, Phu Loc) used to be served to the kings.

Tag: My Loi yam, Mr. Doan Thua, Phu Loc

Sugarcane for King

Sugarcane for King 

Cập Nhật 05-01-2018

It is also called as “rice wine sugarcane” because in the past, it took some time to transport the sugarcane from Thanh Hoa to Hue imperial city, while this kind of sugarcane had the high sweetness which tended to ferment easily. As a result, this sugarcane had the aroma of violet rice wine.

Tag: Sugarcane, King, Ngoc Hoa

Wood carving art on the stele house at Thieu Tri Tomb

Wood carving art on the stele house at Thieu Tri Tomb 

Cập Nhật 19-10-2017

Thieu Tri became King in 1840, but passed away 7 years later (on November 11th, 1847) at the age of 41. The successor, King Tu Duc started the construction of the tomb for King Thieu Tri on February 11th, 1848 with the participation of thousands of workers and soldiers.

Tag: Wood carving art, Thieu Tri Tomb

"Loi Nong River" Stele and Irrigation Policy of the Nguyen Dynasty

"Loi Nong River" Stele and Irrigation Policy of the Nguyen Dynasty 

Cập Nhật 14-10-2017

After the establishment of the Nguyen Dynasty in 1802, Emperor Gia Long, the first king of the Nguyen dynasty, as well as his successors including Emperor Minh Mang, Emperor Thieu Tri developed many effective policies to improve the agrarian economy. Of those, agricultural water management practices were given the top priority.

Tag: " Loi Nong River", Stele, Irrigation Policy, Nguyen Dynasty