Everything about hue imperial city and forbidden purple city


Lying on one of the monuments in Hue Imperial Citadel, Forbidden Purple đô thị is famed for its huge & layout with distinctive meanings of architecture here. Tourists mix foot on Hue, pay a visit lớn this place lớn admire the chất lượng beauty of the Forbidden Purple City. The Forbidden Purple City, the third wall ring of the Imperial City, limits the place for working, and daily routines of the kings and the royal family. 

History & The Origin Of Forbidden Purple City:

Forbidden Purple đô thị (Tử Cấm Thành) belongs khổng lồ the monument complex of Hue imperial capital. Lying behind bầu Hoa Palace, it was constructed in the 3rd year of the Emperor Gia Long (1804), and its name was changed into the Forbidden city (the forbidden purple city) in the 3rd year of King Minh với (1822). According to Chinese language, the word “Tử” in Forbidden thành phố means “purple”, from the legend: Tu Vi Vien in heaven was God’s home, the King was the son of God, so King’s house was also called “Tử”, “Cấm Thành” was the thành phố to forbid local people entering. Forbidden đô thị consists of 50 architectures with different scales, & is divided into many areas.

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Architecture & Layout Of Forbidden Purple City:
Source: vi.wikipedia

Two sides of Can Chanh palace are Ta Vu lounge and Huu Vu lounge – the places for mandarins khổng lồ prepare & wait for a court. The north of Ta Ty Vu is co Mat Institute; the south is Noi Cac room – the place to centralize the documents of sections and presentation of mandarins to kings. On the back of Can Chanh palace toward the north is the court interior where lớn serve for the ruling emperor, his family, court ladies.

Can Thanh palace was the place for the emperor khổng lồ stay; in the front of the palace there is a large yard & lotus pond và a screen lớn divide Càn Thanh palace & Cần Chánh palace. Can Thanh palace was the accommodation and dwelling for the Nguyen Dynasty’s Kings. Before 1811, it was called nước trung hoa inside the Forbidden Purple City. However, it now remains the ruin after 1945. Khon thai residence lies on the north of Can Thanh palace, including Khon thai palace and Trinh Minh palace. It was known as the queen’s private apartment lớn serve the queen & royal concubines.

Next lớn is Kien Trung palace. Minh có King built this place (so-called Minh Vien) in 1827 with three floors & the height of 10.8m. Notably, there was a telescope to lớn serve the king’s observation in a long distant. The 29th year of Emperor Tu Duc, Minh Vien place was removed, until 1913 in the Emperor Duy Tan, it was rebuilt in a different structure.

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Besides the main structures laid in the line behind dai Cung gate, Forbidden thành phố also had castles, palaces in both the left and the right khổng lồ serve eating và drinking, entertainment and health of kings such as Thuong Thien palace, thai Y institute, Duyet Thi Duong, Thieu Phuong Garden, dại Uyen garden. Also, there are other architectures for religious belief featuring temples, pagodas.

Forbidden Purple thành phố represents the vast architecture of Hue imperial citadel & bears the cultural values of Kings during the ancient time of Nguyen’s Dynasty. Through each of structure and the way the engineer designed và decorated, it partly displayed the creativity along with a succession of quintessence from traditional Vietnamese architecture in the ancient time.

The Way khổng lồ Get Here:

The route for tourists khổng lồ get to Forbidden Purple city is not quite hard. You will spend about 35 minutes lớn move from Phu Bai International Airport by car, & then take a train in Hue Train station to lớn get this place around 7 minutes.