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Thang Long Imperial Citadel kicks off Tet celebrations
The Tong Cuu Nghenh Tan (Farewell the Old and Welcome the New) ceremony kicks off the Tet celebrations at the Thang Long Imperial Citadel.
11:50, 2024/01/26
Digitizing Buddhist architectural heritage for conservation
The lack of archives has led to inappropriate renovation and rebuilding of Buddhist temples. Digitization is a solution to improve the documentation of those architecture.
15:55, 2023/12/20
Exhibition highlights first generation of Vietnamese revolutionaries
The exhibition helps the public access valuable memorabilia, documents and images of President Ho Chi Minh and the first revolutionaries he trained and nurtured.
17:07, 2023/10/23
New street in Hanoi named after Chancellor Luu Co
A street in the Xuan Tao neighborhood of Hanoi's Bac Tu Liem District is named after Chancellor Luu Co, who repaired the Dai La Citadel in preparation for King Ly Thai To's capital transfer.
19:20, 2023/06/26
Nguyen Trai-inspired film to be screened in 30 countries
The film about Nguyen Trai's unjust case will likely be released at the end of 2024.
17:28, 2023/06/22
Celebration of Doan Ngo festival at Thang Long citadel relics
The traditional way of celebrating the Doan Ngo festival is a folkloric experience whose origins are directly related to agriculture and climate.
20:16, 2023/06/06
Co Loa Special National Relics to undergo further excavation
The historical, architectural, and archaeological complex of Co Loa, declared a special national relic site in September 2012, will be further excavated.
17:10, 2023/05/24
Hanoi celebrates pledge ritual dated 1,000 years ago
Dong Co Temple, linked to the nation's patriotic tradition, has historical, cultural and unique architectural values.
16:53, 2023/05/03
Remembering the Paris Peace Accords: Silent Revolution at Camp Davis
Thanks to the Camp Davis struggle, which was waged silently but persistently, a turning point was reached in the nation's reunification.
17:20, 2023/04/16
Statue of King An Duong Vuong: A National Treasure with many rare features
The 19th-century statue revered at the Co Loa Special National Relic has many never-before-seen unique cultural, historical, and art values.
12:16, 2023/04/13
News highlights for April 13, 2023
Read the latest news about Vietnam and Hanoi on The Hanoi Times.
20:00, 2023/03/29
There cannot be another genocide: Ambassadors
To prevent similar genocides, the world must eliminate hatred and preserve friendship and love.
18:43, 2023/03/23
Hanoi patriots recount memories of captivity
The sons of Hanoi held their heads high and persevered in the cause of national liberation in the face of brutality and harassment.
22:08, 2022/12/27
Exhibition “Hanoi 1972 - Aspiration for Peace” opens
The bravery of the army and people of Hanoi during the 12 days and nights they fought against U.S. air raids in December 1972 has been conveyed through a war-themed exhibition in Hanoi.
15:31, 2022/11/01
Historical places: A destination to nurture students' love for history learning
Local schools in Hanoi are seeking more creative methods to raise the quality of history teaching for students.
18:07, 2022/10/10
Days of city liberation forever in memory
The people of Hanoi will forever remember the day when the city was utterly free from invaders.
15:33, 2022/09/25
Tran Phu Street – an ancient feature in the heart of Hanoi
Tran Phu Street in Ba Dinh District, Hanoi, is a street of nostalgia for people who love an old and peaceful Hanoi.
21:00, 2022/08/31
Experts to discuss preservation of Thang Long Imperial Citadel
The September 8-9 conference will focus on analyzing the results of 20 years of research on the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long and discussing ways to promote heritage values.
21:16, 2021/12/14
The “Echo of the Vow to Death” honors Hanoians and army
Although suffering heavy human and material losses during the long and arduous resistance days against French troops, the capital city and the country attained the final victory.
16:52, 2021/12/08
Memories of Christmas 1972 in Hanoi
Whether experiencing a difficult present or a painful past, Hanoians are always united and optimistic that they are looking towards a better future.
15:26, 2021/11/23
Hanoi Battle in winter 1946 reenacted
The ongoing exhibition themed anti-French resistance war at Hoa Lo Prison provides an insight of the Vietnamese army and Hanoians’ historic national resistance in 1946.
19:30, 2021/09/08
Learn Vietnamese history through online 3D tour
Vietnam National Museum of History introduces a new way to approach Vietnamese culture and history as people are unable to visit the museum amid Covid-19.
07:57, 2021/06/15
Thuy Khue - The street where part of Hanoi’s history is told
With ancient marks remaining for hundreds of years, Thuy Khue street is considered as a special road where tells the history of the millennial capital city and traditional crafts.
17:01, 2021/05/04
Exhibition of Ba Dinh district - the ‘historical land’ showcases capital milestones
On display are impressive photos related to the foundation and development of Ba Dinh district - the ‘heart’ of Hanoi, the capital.
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