1. The level of Shunhua Imperial City is the same as that of Beijing Palace Museum, of course, the actual gap is not small; 2. The whole visit time is 2 hours, which is a little smaller than that of Beijing Palace Museum for at least two days; 3. Although there are also such palaces as Taihe Palace and Yanshou Palace, they can only be classified as imperial master in terms of scale, consumables and decoration in the Qing Dynasty. 4. The purpose of visiting here is not to depreciate others and elevate oneself, but to better understand the history and culture of the Ruan Dynasty in Vietnam in the late Qing Dynasty; 5. The admission ticket is 150,000 guilders, equivalent to about 42 yuan.
In the early eighteenth century, the Imperial Palace was built. In the four years of Jialong, Ruan Dynasty (1805 A.D.), large-scale expansion and renovation began, and the existing scale was built for decades. The whole building is sitting in the north and facing the south. The architectural style is basically modeled on the Forbidden City (Palace Museum) in Beijing. The outer pool surrounding the imperial building, also known as the capital, is a French style of architecture. The city pool is square with a circumference of 9950 meters and surrounded by a moat. The moat is 22.8 meters wide and 4 meters deep. All the walls are made of bricks, 8 meters high and 20 meters thick. During the War of Resistance Against France and the United States, many buildings were destroyed, and later they were gradually repaired as they were.
The imperial city of Shunhua, also known as the Forbidden City of Shunhua, is located in the downtown area of the city. It takes about two hours to circle around it. The important scenic spots in the city are Taihe Temple, Tai Temple, Zu Temple, Jiuding, Jiuding, Jiugun, stage and back garden. It is very worth visiting. For a close look, half a day should be reserved. In addition, 150,000 Vietnamese Dong tickets (about 50 yuan) have included the Royal City and the Royal Museum outside the city. One ticket and two tours are not expensive!
The Royal City of Shunhua, Vietnam, is very large. Every corner of the city has been transferred for more than three hours. The surface water and drinks in the city are more expensive. The shops near the tickets can bargain for water, which is a very worthwhile scenic spot to visit.
Tickets of 105 thousand Dong (about 32 RMB) are too expensive for local people, so the sparse areas inside are all foreigners. Unlike domestic scenic spots, there are many people everywhere. In the 68-year Vietnam War, the Vietnamese Communist Army and the U.S. Army launched a fierce street battle here, killing and injuring tens of thousands of Vietnamese Communist Army. The imperial city was almost flattened. There are still a lot of ruins and broken walls inside. It is amazing that there is no explanation for this in the imperial city. It is a shame to the martyrs.
Shunhua, the three ancient capitals of Vietnam, crossed the beautiful Xiangjiang River, and the Imperial Palace was built by water. The Imperial Palace imitates the Forbidden City, so it feels familiar, but its size and style can not be compared. The last emperor Baoda abdicated in 1945 and was unwilling to eliminate the Vietnamese alliance led by Ho Chi Minh with the support of the Japanese. He declared that he was willing to be a people of an independent country and not a king of slaves. The last emperor of Greater China did not have this spirit.