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Hanoians enjoy snapping pictures of "giant" Christmas trees
Anh Kiet - Photo: Duy Khanh 13:49, 2022/12/13
Each Christmas season, pine trees in Hanoi are decorated with different concepts.

Christmas is about two weeks away, but the seasonal scene is already sweeping the streets of Hanoi with brightly colored lights and vibrant 'giant' Christmas tree decorations all over the city.

Shopping malls, churches, and big hotels in Hanoi all look splendid in the Christmas season with stunning Christmas trees, attracting numerous locals to take photos ahead of Noel Night 2022.

 

The 15-meter-tall Christmas tree of St. Joseph Cathedral in Hoan Kiem district is the largest pine tree in Hanoi. This important House of God and its premises welcome visitors on Christmas days with splendid decorations of the huge glowing pine tree and sparkling lights.

A huge pine tree is placed on the steps of the Lotte Building Tower on Lieu Giai Street in Ba Dinh District.

Another "giant" Christmas tree is erected at the Daewoo Hotel. The pine tree is studded with led lights, and bright baubles.

Miniatures and big pine trees are decorated at the Vincom shopping center on Nguyen Chi Thanh Street.

DOJI Diamond Tower with sparkling Christmas decorations.

Each Christmas season, shopping malls are decorated with different concepts. These also become the ideal check-in spots for young people every Christmas season.

Many parents take their children out and take photos of their kids to save Christmas moments.

 Every Christmas season, Hanoians feel more clearly that the new year is coming closer.

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