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this is nice place, nice air :), you can go there to do sight seeing. Hue people is friendly, this is a safe city so that you don't need to be worried about rob or something like that. when u come there you can get...More
This tower that hoists the Vietnamese flag can be seen from miles around. From there it really shows its significance, but in reality it is the adjacent Imperial Citadel with the Forbidden Purple City that steals the show.
OK, the flag tower has initial prominence...More
Flag towers had historic value in old times to tell the public about special events inside or to indicate if the ruler was present, but today it is just another place to hand the communist flag. Part of the huge and interesting site, however.
The Hue Citadel Flag Tower was constructed in 1807 during Emperor Gia Long’s reigned. It is the tallest flag pole in Vietnam. Standing on three platforms at Imperial Citadel Ngo Mon Square in front of Ngo Mon (Noon Gate). The first platform was 5.60m, second...More
The Flag Tower is a across Imperial City Complex in Hue. Vietnam flag beautifully presents the idea of socialism with colours and design. The flag is waving the old capital like a guardian from the tower. However you should not expect more than what you...More