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A Study on the Characteristics of the Layout of the Hue, the Capital of the Nguyen Dynasty in Vietnam
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  • Journal title : Journal of architectural history
  • Volume 25, Issue 1,  2016, pp.23-32
  • Publisher : Korean Association of Architectural History
  • DOI : 10.7738/JAH.2016.25.1.023
 Title & Authors
A Study on the Characteristics of the Layout of the Hue, the Capital of the Nguyen Dynasty in Vietnam
Woo, Seong-Hoon;
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 Abstract
This paper is to clarify on the Characteristics of the Layout of the Hue, the Capital of the Nguyen Dynasty in Vietnam, based on a close study of historical records. The results of this study are as follows: Hue was organized according to the traditional capital system of China, whereas the city wall was built Western-style called Vauban. It can be said that the construction of Hue was the result of reflecting both the regional situation that was under the influence of the Chinese culture and the situation of the time that required military facilities based on new technologies. The Axis of Hue oriented to southeast and the location of the government facilities related to way of construction, using the existing facilities. Some facilities that must be located within the imperial city were built its outside. Because facilities for ancestor worship was more important. The facilities for ancestor worship was able to get confirmation that Nguyen Dynasty was successor of ruler who dominated the country.
 Keywords
Vietnam;Nguyen dynasty;Hue;Capital;Layout;
 Language
Korean
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