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Central court of the Imperial City at Hue damaged during Vietnam War in 1968

Buildings in the central court of the Imperial City at Hué that were badly damaged during the Vietnam War are now topped with vegetation and surrounded by grassy fields.

in 1968 the North Vietnamese army launched the Tet Offensive against U.S. troops who responded with heavy bombing that destroyed many buildings in Hué, the old imperial capital.

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