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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.
15:47, 2020/08/24
Vietnam to hold online book exhibition to celebrate National Day
The exhibition will run from September 1 to 15.
07:21, 2020/05/26
Exploring ancient mansion of unique architecture in Hanoi
The ancient mansion used to welcome foreign tourists daily.
14:56, 2020/05/18
Ho Chi Minh relics welcome thousands of visitors over the weekend
Thousands of people visited the Ho Chi Minh historical relic site in the Presidential Palace in Hanoi on the occasion of his 130th birth anniversary.
11:59, 2020/05/14
Hanoi's “red addresses” with Uncle Ho's imprint
Many historical sites have become must-visit locations for educating the young generation about the patriotic tradition and revolutionary spirit.
08:35, 2018/12/25
Visiting Thanh Giong in Phu Dong temple
Thanh Giong or Saint Giong is considered the symbol of Vietnam, the heroic nation; and the pride of Vietnamese people.
17:31, 2017/11/24
Feeling Hanoi through the long track of time
From a battlefield in the past, Hanoi grows to a peaceful land nowadays.
07:41, 2017/10/24
Cyclo quietly rolls through the Hanoi's ups and downs
It can be said that, coming to Hanoi, visitors must definitely catch a Cyclo around the old quarter, admire Ho Guom Lake under the green trees while enjoying the fresh air.
21:17, 2017/10/17
Hunt for stamps of French architecture in Hanoi
Amid the continuous development of Hanoi, the French architecture hallmark stands still as a witness for a long history which contributes to Hanoi today.
13:31, 2017/09/18
Hanoi's 115-year-old Bridge: Story from the insider
In February 1902, the Paul Doumer Bridge, now is Long Bien Bridge across the Red River, was officially put into use after more than three years of construction. To date, the bridge "crossing three centuries" is 115 years old.
11:22, 2016/10/11
For a more prosperous Hanoi
​Overcoming many difficulties and challenges, Hanoi has grown continuously, becoming the political - economic - cultural center of the country.
13:49, 2016/05/05
Restoring Hanoi's Morocco Gate aims to strengthen Vietnam-Morocco friendship
Hanoi People`s Committee has been deploying the work to restore the Morocco Gate in Tan Linh commune, Ba Vi district with the aim to boosting Vietnam-Morocco friendship relationship.
15:19, 2014/09/17
Exotic Hanoi in 1950 through the American lens
Police wearing shorts, French girls go cyclo, etc. are weird images of Hanoi in 1950 through the lens of photographer Harrison Forman.
10:12, 2014/08/06
Designs for heritage site placed on display
The Conservation Centre of Thang Long – Hanoi Relics has put on display 24 architectural designs for the Central Sector of the Thang Long – Hanoi Imperial Citadel`s Archaeological Site at 18 Hoang Dieu Street in order to gather public feedback.
09:46, 2014/07/25
Hanoi’s famed Metropole a treasure trove of history
The Hotel Metropole Hanoi holds invaluable historical significance in the development of the capital city.
15:56, 2014/07/22
Researcher explores history of capital via wrought ironwork
Resulting from a combination of East meets West in the early 20th century, ornamental motifs on the wrought iron railings, balconies, gates and windows give Hanoi a truly elegant beauty.
15:52, 2014/03/24
Hoa Lo Prison
Hoa Lo is a prison in the central of Hanoi Capital. This place is named to the street of Hanoi under the French colonial, due to the concentration of stores selling wood stoves and coal-fire stoves along the street from pre-colonial times.
15:53, 2014/03/12
Hanoi - Old streets and traditional trades
Hanoi has an old quarter of 36 streets, each being closely attached to a traditional trade that is clearly shown by its name, such as Hang Muoi (salt) Street selling salt, Hang Manh (curtain) Street selling bamboo curtains, Hang Bac (silver) Street selling silver jewellery.
13:44, 2014/02/25
Red River photos from the French era
The following photos of the Red River in Hanoi have been taken from old historical documents of found in France.
10:58, 2014/02/20
Hanoi authorities approve Long Bien Bridge restoration
Hanoi municipal authorities approved the local Department of Transport’s proposal to upgrade and restore Long Bien Bridge.
10:22, 2014/01/26
Photos exhibition on architecture of literature temples
Eighty photos featuring architecture and objects dating back to feudal times found at literature temples across the country, are on display at the Literature Temple in downtown Hanoi.
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