At the end of the 19th century, architectural characteristics were influenced by a new construction style brought by European urban planning and the interaction of French and Oriental cultures. Since reunification in 1975, Viet Nam's architecture has been impressively developing.
The development of the Bac Ha region at the beginning of the 19th century slowed down after the capital was moved to Hue by the Nguyen Dynasty.
At the turn of the 15th century under the Le Dynasty, traditional architecture had two dominant styles illustrated in the imperial palace and the royal tomb.
The dominant models of the architectural style of the Tran Dynasty were the royal palace, pagoda, house, temple, and citadel.
During the 11th century, while a united feudal state was developing, the Ly Dynasty initiated a new phase of architectural development.
Vietnamese architecture originated during the Hung Dynasty.