Huế

provincial city of Vietnam

Huế is a city and a district in Central Vietnam. About 200,000 people live in the city of Huế. From 1802 to 1945 Huế was the capital city of Vietnam under the Nguyen Dynasty. Today people can visit the Imperial City, where the Nguyen emperors would live and rule, and the tombs of the Nguyen emperors. Huế has an Medicinical University and is the seat of an archebishop.

Perfume River

The city is famous for food that is unique to the city, especially the dish bun bo Hue.

It was also the place where the Battle of Huế was fought, which was one of the longest and deadliest battles in the Vietnam War.