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A peaceful Hanoi on the first day of Tet Holiday
Ngoc Mai - Pham Hung 13:20, 2021/02/12
A few people go out for a stroll to enjoy the peaceful and pleasant atmosphere as many streets of the city are quiet and deserted.

A bustling Hanoi has turned to a more peaceful and quieter scene on the first day of the Tet holiday, the country’s largest festive period in a year.

 In the morning of the 1st day of the Lunar New Year, the normally crowded streets in downtown Hanoi are so quite with few motorbikes.

 Local people enjoy a rare peaceful moment near Hoan Kiem Lake (Sword Lake).

 Cha Ca street.

 Nhat Tan bridge.

 A corner of Yen Phu street.

 O Quan Chuong gate on Hang Chieu street, which was part of the wall east of the ancient Thang Long citadel.

 Dong Xuan market.

 A female cleaner at work on the 1th day of Tet.

 In a fast-moving world, Hanoians can now slow down and enjoy a slow-paced life during a week-long Tet. 
 No more traffic congestion in the morning.
 Riding bicycle on the first day of Tet is the habit of many locals.
 Luong Van Can street. 
 People strolls down the street and capture beautiful moment of life.
 Most people are complying with anti-Covid-19 measures.
 People taking photos near Hoan Kiem Lake.
 Peaceful moment at Ly Thai To garden.
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