The images of the last dynasty in Vietnam

Posted by Vietnam-Evisa.Org on Sep 30, 2014

Nguyen dynasty is the last one in Vietnam. It began since Gia Long Emperor crowned king in 1802 and end since Bao Dai King abdicated in 1945. Nguyen dynasty lasts 143 years.

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It is considered as the important point that marked many big events of Vietnam history, especially the invasion of French in mid 19 century.

King ThanhThai in court dress (1889-1907)

King Thanh Thai in court dress (1889-1907)

The rare documentary photographs in below help readers to have a realistic perspective of the last dynasty in Vietnam. Pictures of kings, mandarin, princes and wives of kings will helps readers can get a better visualization of a specific historical period has passed.

The photos of 2 wives of Thanh Thai King

The photos of 2 wives of King Thanh Thai in 1907

The young King Duy Tan sits on parasol in 1907

The young King Duy Tan sits on parasol in 1907

 The young king sits accompany with mandarins in 1907

The young king sits accompany with mandarins in 1907


The photos of King Khai Dinh is near consultants

The photos of King Khai Dinh is near consultants 

King Khai Dinh is eating lunch at Can Chanh royal palace

King Khai Dinh is eating lunch at Can Chanh royal palace

Queen Nam Phuong in queen crowned date 1934

Queen Nam Phuong in queen crowned date 1934

The beauty of queen Nam Phuong

The beauty of Queen Nam Phuong

Prince Bao Long, the son of King Bao Dai

Prince Bao Long, son of Bao Dai Emperor in 1936

King Bao Dai
King Bao Dai in 1928

Two mandarins in Hue citadel

Two mandarins in Hue citadel in 1931

Mrs. Nhat, the first daughter of King Duc Duc

Mrs Nhat, the first daughter of King Duc Duc, sister of King Thanh Thai in 1931

The old concubine in Hue citadel

The old concubine in Hue citadel 

Ceremony of daily throne

Ceremony of the daily throne in 1926

Maradins are in front of Thai Hoa palace
Mandarins are in front of Thai Hoa citadel

 A mandarins and his wife

A mandarins and his wife in 1899


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By Vietnam-evisa.org team 

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