Phuoc Tich Ancient Village In Hue

Ngày đăng: 08/07/2016 .
The Phuoc Tich Ancient Village in Hue, is an epitome of Vietnam’s peaceful countryside, and famous for the ancient architecture and design of its many old houses and temples. It along the poetic O Lau River at the border of Thua Thien Hue and Quang Tri provinces. It has all the features of a typical Vietnamese traditional village. There are river wharfs, temple yards, old pagodas and paths winding among endless tea trees in the village
 

 
Built in 1470 under the reign of King Le Thanh Tong, the village was recognized as a national relic by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in 2009. More than 30 houses in the village are up to a century old. A dozen of the village’s clan worshipping houses and temples remain intact. They are so well preserved as to astonish cultural anthropologists, architects, and historians.
 

 
The village’s ancient houses are nha ruong, a kind of residence built with artfully carved wooden pillars and beams. They are held together with wooden pegs so they can be easily dismantled. Phuoc Tich houses are made principally of jackfruit wood and are adorned with exquisite carvings, most of which remain undamaged despite having gone through many wars throughout the years. 
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