Hue Urns Artwork Features Royal By King Nguyen-wegener肉芽肿

Travel-and-Leisure The architecture stand in harmony with the poetic Huong (Perfume) River and Ngu Binh mountain – a symbol of imperial capital of Hue – and many are considered some of the country’s most sights impressive. Among the relatives, especially praiseworthy is nine dynastic urns bronze, better known as Cuu Dinh, standing in the shadow of the Hien Lam Pavilion in front of the Temple Temple, is dedicated to 10 of 13 Nguyen kings. Vietnam urns were cast from 1835 to 1837 under the reign of King Minh Mang to symbolise the dynasty’s sovereignty. Three-legged urns are designed with a different, but size and weight. Largest is Cao urn, of which 2.5 meters height and weight of 2601 kg. The small, urn Huyen is 2.31m high and weighs 1935kg. Each of the urns carrying the birth name of one of the king worshipped in the temple Temple. High urn is named after the king To Cao (Gia Long) and after King Thanh To Nhan Nhan (Minh Mang). Chapter .memorates King Thieu Tri, Anh King Tu Duc, Nghi King Kien Phuc, Tuyen King Dong Khanh and Khai Dinh Thuan king. Finally two urns, Du and Huyen, still must match the name of the king. Set urns placed in the appropriate disposition of the Temple altar in the Temple. Urn high standing in the center, alone in the first row. Others are lined up behind it, symmetrically on both sides. Each urn is engraved with famous landscapes and specialties of the country representing different parts. There are three lines of the image. Features to top the mountain, forest, animals and fields. Middle row shows images of weapons such as bows and arrows, swords and canons. Lowest concentration on the train and valuable forestry and fisheries. Many experts say that the 162 carvings on the nine urns encyclopaedia considered the fact of the country. For example, if one urn depicts a mountain in the north, next urn features a river in the south and next to an estuary in the center area. Besides images of wildlife in forests, the urns also carry images of the sea created. Motifs include the dragons, Peacocks, elephants and horses standing together with domestic fowls and plants rare forest appear beside usually trees, such as onions, rice, maize and beans. Each was regarded as an original artwork, attesting to the beauty of the country and of Vietnam-cast bronze artists in the 19 th century. The cultural heritage is valuable incredibly well preserved, withstanding harsh weather, and to provide a good opportunity for visitors to Hue to discover more about the history of the Nguyen Dynasty. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: