Hue Museum of Royal Antiquities in pictures
Hue Museum of Royal Antiquities, a must-see destination in Hue Imperial City, is a place preserving tens of thousands of unique artifacts, mostly related to the Nguyen dynasty (1802-1945).
|Bed of Emperor Khai Dinh (1916 - 1925)
|Royal household items
|Visitors to the Hue Museum of Royal Antiques|
|Shoes of Emperor Bao Dai
|Illuminated royal chair and bed in the Nguyen Dynasty
The central city has recognised the Hoang Sa (Paracel) Museum as a new destination on the tourism map just 22 months after the museum opened to the public.
Sitting in a corner of his museum, Hoang Thanh in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak's Buon Ma Thuot City cautiously cleans rocks while surrounded by thousands of fossilised snails, molluscs and wood.