Red flags and banners decorate Hanoi's streets to honor Ho Chi Minh's birthday
Flags, flowers and banners have been unfurled throughout the capital to celebrate the 133rd birthday of President Ho Chi Minh (May 19, 1890 - May 19, 2023).
These days, the streets of Hanoi are decorated with red flags, colorful banners and posters to celebrate the 133rd birthday of President Ho Chi Minh (May 19, 1890) and 112 years since he left the country to find a way to save the nation (June 5, 1911).
President Ho Chi Minh was born on May 19, 1890, in Kim Lien Commune, Nam Dan District, the central province of Nghe An. The Vietnamese hero devoted his entire life to national liberation and tirelessly worked for peace and progress in the world.
| Despite the scorching heat in mid-May, people queued up in long lines to visit the Mausoleum of President Ho Chi Minh in Hanoi to pay tribute to the late President on the occasion of his birthday.|
| Every year on May 19, people across the country celebrate the birthday of "Uncle Ho", the great President who led Vietnam to independence.|
| Banners, red flags, and posters are hung along the main streets and in the densely populated areas of Hanoi to lift people's spirits on this memorable day of the year.|
| Impressive banners, slogans and posters light up the streets of Hanoi.|
| These large billboards are hung outside the headquarters of the Hanoi People's Committee and written "Warmly welcome the 133rd birthday of President Ho Chi Minh".|
| Red flags and banners have graced Hanoi's main streets, including Hoang Dieu, Hung Vuong, Dinh Tien Hoang, Phan Dinh Phung, and others.|
| This large billboard is placed at Nguyen Van Huyen Street of Cau Giay District.|
| Every corner of Hanoi is dressed in red to celebrate the 133rd birthday of President Ho Chi Minh (May 19, 1890) and the 112th anniversary of his departure to find a way to save the nation (June 5, 1911).|