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Unknown story of a house in French-designed Old Quarter

The old house retains some distinctive architectural features over the course of time, making it a priceless piece of Hanoi’s heritage.

Hanoi’s French-style villas: Preservation should align with urban image

Preserving Hanoi's ancient French-style villas has been a topic of discussion for some time, but few projects have been carried out methodically due to difficulties and obstacles.

Restoring French villas – keeping Hanoi's cultural heritage

The new paint of a villa dating to the French colonial era at 49 Tran Hung Dao Street in downtown Hanoi has been a burning issue for the public and particularly heritage lovers. People have argued about the striking new colours of the building.

History through Hanoi’s architecture

 VietNamNet Bridge – Located in the centre of Hanoi, Dong Xuan Market has become an iconic landmark that has witnessed many ups and downs of the 1,000-year-old capital.

Centre provides Old Quarter info

VietNamNet Bridge – A centre for foreign tourists to learn about Ha Noi's Old Quarter was inaugurated yesterday at 50 Dao Duy Tu Street.

Belongings of the "Prince of Bac Lieu" on display

 VietNamNet Bridge – Tours of the villa of Cong tu Bac Lieu, the legendary rich playboy who lived in southern Vietnam in the early 1900s, are now available.