Phuoc Tich Village to Restore “Nha Ruong”

Phuoc Tich, which is about 35km north of Hue City, is one of only two age-old villages in Vietnam recognized as national cultural-historical relics. The village is home to century-old traditional houses called 'nha ruong' set amidst beautiful gardens. Many of them are now in very poor condition, requiring urgent restoration. More than 3.6 billion VND (nearly $155,000 USD) has been spent to restore five "nha ruong" as part of the province's project to safeguard and promote the values of Hue's iconic garden houses this year.
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