The Historical Monuments To Visit In Vietnam

Vietnam is known for its natural sceneries and beauties. It has a rich culture, attractive beaches, wonderful historical monuments, rivers and mountains that are going to make a perfect holiday for you. No matter whether you are interested to go for a Vietnam vacation to have some calm and quiet moments on the beaches or you are planning for an adventurous trip, you are going to love the moments you would spend there. Below are the top historical monuments to visit in Vietnam

Thien Mu Pagoda

This is an old temple filled with the most beautiful monuments, elegant architectures and is especially famous for its royal tombs. As it is one of the oldest and prettiest religious buildings in the country, travelers compulsorily visit this place. But no trip is complete without travel on the perfume river. The name is because of the fragrances of the trees and plants that line its banks.




Tomb of Tu Duc

Also known as the Tomb of Modesty, this graveyard boasts its simplicity in a garden with a resplendent lake and pavilion complex. Set on the picturesque Duong Xuan Mountain and on the bank of the Perfume River, the tomb of the Poet Emperor is considered to be one of the most beautiful works of royal architecture of the Nguyen dynasty. Another famous feature of this place is the epitaph of Tu Duc which is the largest of its type in Vietnam. Interestingly, the remains of the emperor were actually buried in a different location somewhere in Hue.

Remnants Museum

Saigon in Vietnam bears a long history of the development of Vietnam as a country. Many war remnants and other historical landmarks are seen in Saigon. Saigon now more popular as Ho Chi Minh City is home to different artifacts that describes the culture of the country. The War remnant Museum in Ho Chi Minh City houses and exhibits many war related articles. It shows the war objects and tactics used in the war. It exhibits war machines including American tanks, planes, and popular artilleries. Amongst the war sites, one can find the Reunification Palace also known as Independence Palace which is the finishing point in the Vietnam War.

Tomb of Minh Mang

Situated in an enclosed mountainous area in Cam Khe village, the tomb of Minh Mang has an air of sublimity and formality, which naturally draws the visitors' eye towards its main features. This tomb is a standard architectural complex laid out in formal Chinese style consisting of 40 different constructions which include palaces, temples, and pavilions. Its entire aesthetics, which harmoniously blends with the natural surroundings, never fails to mesmerize any guest. With the right combination of symmetry and majesty, the tomb of Minh Mang lets you wander in a world of painting, poetry, and philosophy.




Tomb of Khai Dinh

Khai Dinh Tomb looks like a magnificent palace perched on the slope of Chau E Mountain. Visitors have to climb 109 stone steps in order to reach this mausoleum. The architectural design of this necropolis complex is an odd blend of Vietnamese and European features. But the lavish ornaments inside the tomb come as a surprise after the somber facade and courtyard. A masterpiece to behold in this place is the golden effigy of Khai Dinh seated on his throne under a splendid concrete canopy adorned with ceramic fragments.

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