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Hue, the Socialist Republic of Vietnam

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2016年2月16日

Profile of Hue

Located in the center of Vietnam, Hue is the cultural, political and business center of Thua Thien-Hue Province. It was the capital of the Nguyen Dynasty, the last unified empire of Vietnam. In the city, there are historical properties such as the imperial palace, temples and old museum buildings. In the suburbs, the mausoleums of successive emperors and temples are scattered.

Population: 330,000

Area: 83 km2

Motivation and background

Since 1985, the City of Hue had been requesting the City of Kyoto to form sister city ties between the two. During the course of this period, both citizens deepened their friendship through the academic programs, and educational and welfare programs.

When the mayor of Kyoto met the mayor of Hue on the occasion of the 13th World Conference of Historical Cities in Hue in 2012, they approved to sign the partner city agreement in the following year which marks the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relation between Japan and Vietnam. The mayor of Hue visited Kyoto and both mayors signed the agreement in 2013.

Date of signing partner city agreement

February 20, 2013

Fields of exchange

Academy, education and welfare

 


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