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Ho Quyen Arena Hue (Tigers & Elephants Fights)

  • The Ho Quyen Arena is part of the Hue historical complex designated a World Heritage Site and is located away from the Citadel.
  • The Hue historical complex of the Nguyen Emperors is an important location in Vietnam. The complex includes the Citadel (by citadel we mean a fortress protecting a town), a walled city within which is the Royal Court and its administration buildings, the Imperial City within it and within it the Forbidden City, the various royal burial complexes situated in the surrounding foothills. The complex is regarded as an outstanding architectural example of east Asia feudal power and capital. More importantly it is an important monument in Vietnamese history and culture. Its location and setting on a narrow strip of land hemmed in by the Trurong Son mountain range to the south and west. There are two groups of historical sites, those including the walled citadel and the buildings within it and the burial complexes of the Nguyen Kings and others concerning the spiritual life of the times.

Ho Quyen Arena