Ancient pieces of furniture are still much sought after for home decoration in Hanoi.
Ancient houses in Hoi Ky village still maintains many unique values and characteristics of Vietnamese villages, showing the architectural talent of people in the old times.
For generations, ethnic communities in the northern province of Lang Son like Tay, Nung, Dao or San Chi have taken shelter in trinh tuong (earthen) houses.
The northern border province of Lang Son is the home to 7 ethnic groups, which has long been famous for traditional houses called “trinh tuong” of the Tay and Nung people.
Affected by the four Covid-19 outbreaks, many ancient houses that are priced millions of USD in the ancient town of Hoi An, Quang Nam province, are offered for rent or sale.
The mansion of Lang Son Province's former Governor Vi Van Dinh covers more than 4,000 square meters, but now only ruins remain.
The house was built in the 30s of the last century, designed by a French architect with a fireplace and a chimney.
There is a house over 100 years old in Truong Yen in Hanoi’s suburban district of Chuong My that has a unique gold-plated Thieu Chau (a kind of wood-made, gate-shaped item to decorate altars)