National flags, flowers, banners, and slogans are placed in some major Hanoi streets to mark the 67th anniversary of the capital’s Liberation Day (October 10, 1954 - October 10, 2021).
The liberation of Hanoi Capital on October 10, 1954, marked an important turning point, opened a new glorious period in the history of Thang Long - Dong Do - Hanoi.
Since then, the Vietnamese people started building a new society, the socialist society, opening up a new revolutionary era in Vietnam
Amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, Hanoi’s relevant units are decorating streets in commemoration of the important day. It aims to enhance the knowledge among locals of a significant victory, as well as further inspire patriotism among the young generation.
A large billboard was erected outside Hanoi’s Flag Town relic on Dien Bien Phu Street, Ba Dinh District.
Large-format billboards on the 67th anniversary of the capital liberation day attract the attention of passersby.
Bright red banners are hung along Doc Lap Street (Independence Street) - in front of Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum.
A billboard was erected outside the Ministry of Planning and Investment on Hoang Van Thu Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi
A blue and red billboard with the image of the liberation army marching in Hanoi in 1954 was placed in the premise of August Revolution Square.
|Red flag banners dot the lush green on Hoang Dieu Street in Ba Dinh District.|
|A billboard with the image of President Ho Chi Minh reading the Declaration of Independence, giving birth to the Democratic Republic of Vietnam on September 2, 1945, is hung on the traffic island of O Cho Dua intersection in Dong Da District, Hanoi.|