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  • The Meridian Gate (Vietnamese: Ngọ Môn) also known as the South Gate, is the main gate to the Imperial City, Huế, located within the citadel of Huế.

Constructed in 1833 in the traditional Vietnamese Nguyen style under the rule of emperor Minh Mạng, it was used by the sovereign as an observation point for troop movements and ceremonies. It was modeled after the Meridian Gate of the Forbidden City in Beijing, China. Like the original in Beijing, the Meridian Gate in Huế is composed of a main, central section and two protruding wings, representing que towers, traditional towers marking the entrance of palaces, temples and tombs.

The gate is divided into two levels: the stone and brick fortress-like base structure, and the more elaborate, palace-like upper level.
The ground level has five entrances, of which the centre one was always reserved for the monarch's use only. The two, slightly smaller, side entrances were reserved for mandarins, soldiers and horses. The two small arched entrances on the side were for the rest and commoners.
The upper level consists of the "Five-PhoenixPavilion" (Lầu Ngũ Phụng). From the main hall, the emperor would watch troop movements and his subjects bringing homage. The pavilion's roof is decked in imperial yellow, glazed ceramic roof tiles. On the roof tiles are various animals and creatures to ward off evil. The main hall is flanked by two side pavilions, which were reserved for members of the court.

The gate was able to survive the large-scale destruction during the Vietnam War.

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  • Ngo Viet Thu was the architect of the Presidential Palace in Saigon as well as the Pedagogical University in Hue, Vietnam.
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  • Phủ Cam cathedral, designed by Ngô Viết Thụ architect in Huế city, Vietnam.

Ngô Viết Thụ was born on 17 September 1927 in Thừa Thiên, French Indochina. He studied architecture at the École supérieure d'architecture in Đà Lạt, before transferring to study at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He graduated and won the First Grand Prize of Rome (Grand Prix de Rome) in 1955, the highest recognition of Beaux-Arts schools for an architect in France. From 1955 to 1958, he became resident at the Villa Medicis (Rome), sponsored by the Academy of France, to conduct research of architecture and urban planning. During that time, his research works were exhibited annually, together with the works of other Grand Prix de Rome's residents, with the presence of the President of France and President of Italy on opening days. After working on several projects in Paris and in London, he was invited by President Ngô Đình Diệm to get back to Vietnam to work on national projects since 1960.

In 1962, he was the first Asian architect to become an Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.

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  • Truong Du Pavilion, Dien Tho Palace was erected in 1849, this building served as the Queen mother’s pleasure pavilion for fresh air and beautiful scenes, the ante-room was known as Luong Phuong Hall. This pavilion was once a building featuring delicate architecture and elaborate wood carvings which harmonized with landscaping.

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  • Xung Khiem Pavilion (Xung Khiêm Tạ) is one of 50 projects inside Tu Duc Tomb, Huế city. This tomb, constructed between 1864 and 1867, from 5km south of Hue on Van Nien Hill in Duong Xuan Thuong village. This os the most popular and impressive of the royal mausoleums.

Emperor Tu Duc designed it himself to use before and after his death. The enormous expense of the tomb and the forced labour used in its construction spawned a coup plot that was discovered and suppressed.

At this pavilion, he would sit with his concubines, composing or reciting poetry.

Tự Đức (22 September 1829 – 17 July 1883) (personal name: Nguyễn Phúc Hồng Nhậm , also Nguyễn Phúc Thì) was the fourth emperor of the Nguyễn dynasty of Vietnam; he ruled from 1847 to 1883.

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