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03/08/2020 - 08:37

A photo collection of Áo Tấc - to promote the significant values of our ancestors 

Under the Nguyen Dynasty, Áo Tấc was one of the most popular clothes worn by all walks of life, from the King to the commoners.

Áo Tấc, otherwise known as the ceremonial robe, usually consisted of a knee-length five-paneled tunic with long, loose sleeves, buttoned on the right and worn over a white undershirt, white pants, and a wrapping scarf around the head. The robe dates back to the attire reform under the reign of Lord Nguyễn Phúc Khoát in the former lands of Thuận Hóa and Quảng Nam. 

Let’s enjoy the graceful beauty of Áo tấc through the photo collection “Áo Tấc –promoting the significant values of our ancestors”, which has just been taken by Doan Quang, a photographer, at Hue relics.

By Hue News

Behind the main hall at Tu Duc tomb

Behind the main hall at Tu Duc tomb

A girl in “Áo Tấc” costume at Xung Khiem Ta - Tu Duc Tomb

A girl in “Áo Tấc” costume at Xung Khiem Ta - Tu Duc Tomb

 … and at Truong Sanh Palace – The Imperial City

 … and at Truong Sanh Palace  - The Imperial City 

Being graceful in front of the screen between Dien Tho Palace and Truong Sanh - The Imperial City

Being graceful in front of the screen between Dien Tho Palace and Truong Sanh - The Imperial City 

A conner at Truong Lang - The Imperial City

A conner at Truong Lang - The Imperial City 

At Truong Lang - The Imperial City

At Truong Lang - The Imperial City 

The beauty of Áo Tấc in the rain in front of the main palace at Minh Mang tomb

The beauty of Áo Tấc in the rain in front of the main palace at Minh Mang tomb

The rain in front of the main palace of Minh Mang tomb

The rain in front of the main palace of Minh Mang tomb

Minh Lau building at Minh Mang tomb

Minh Lau building at Minh Mang tomb

Minh Lau building at Minh Mang tomb

Minh Lau building at Minh Mang tomb

In a palace at Tu Duc tomb

In a palace at Tu Duc tomb

 

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