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dc.contributor.authorPhạm, Đăng Nhật Thái-
dc.description.abstractIn the 19th century, under the Nguyễn Dynasty, the process of restoration and construction of đình làng (village communal house) happened more strongly than ever before in Vietnam generally and in Huế in particular, especially since communal houses are traditional architectural constructions that are handed down, preserved, and restored over periods and generations. Moreover, the territorial expansion including reclamation of new land of Thuận Hóa - Phú Xuân (1558-1801), establishment of new villages, and the building of the Citadel of Huế by King Gia Long (1802), led to changes occur in original locations, the scale of projects, the architecture of the constructions such as military bases, palaces, houses, đình làng, and Buddhist pagodas, in the villages of the region.vi_VN
dc.relation.ispartofseriesVietnamese Studies;Số 02 .- Tr.27-42-
dc.subjectCommunal Housesvi_VN
dc.subjectCapital Huếvi_VN
dc.subjectThe 19th Centuryvi_VN
dc.titleThe Process of conservation and construction of village communal houses in the imperial capital of Huế in the 19th Centuryvi_VN
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