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With a large architectural complex in an open space, Lang Pagoda, one of the most popular pagodas in Hanoi, was considered the most beautiful pagoda in the midst of exuberant greenery in the west of ancient Thang Long Imperial City.
The 1980s was the golden age of Binh Xa Village, Binh Phu Commune, Thach That District, Hanoi, home to Bodhi-leave-shaped fans.
The 110-year-old mansion of King Bao Dai is still unknown to many people despite its special architecture and luxury, like a sleeping beauty waiting to be woken up.
Travel to Hanoi’s outskirt to learn about Princess Ngoc Dung's legend and visit cluster of spiritual landscapes.
Lines of trees shading Hanoi roads have become an impressive image of the capital city in the eyes of many tourists.
The old yellow-painting apartment buildings in Hanoi, apart from their own charms and characteristics, has also contributed to the development of the city.
Co Loa Citadel is rated by archaeologists as: "The oldest citadel, largest scale, and the most unique structure in the history of ancient Vietnamese in building citadels".
With an important role in the national revolutionary movements in the wartime, Hanoi has many historical relics, including many houses attached with the glorious historical events of the country.
During recent days as the whole Northern region became immersed in cold air, over the course of just one night, the streets of Hanoi suddenly warmed up as the ancient ‘bang’ (Terminalia catappa) trees changed into a new set of bright red clothes.
Tram Pagoda was built in the 16th century, with many old trees radiating shade, bringing freshness and coolness all year round to the holy space.
For a long time, Nam Huong communal house has been a tourist attraction for many visitors locally and internationally.
Fragrant incense smoke fulfills the air at the ancient temple helping visitors to find inner peaceful in their minds.
Ba Kieu Temple, officially called Thien Tien (Heavenly Fairy) pavilion, is located on the east side of Sword Lake, facing Ngoc Son Temple in Hanoi. This is the rare relic of Hanoi and Vietnam worshipping the Mother Goddess.
The Friends of Vietnam Heritage will hold an excursion to Ha Mo Village in Hanoi’s suburban district of Dan Phuong on January 23.
Hai Ba Trung Temple is a place of cultural and spiritual activities of the local people.
Green trees, nice lakes and peaceful ambiance of Hanoi leave deep impression on visitors when they come to this millennial city.
Alongside with old architectures, the newly built constructions have contributed significantly to changing the appearance of the capital in the new era.
Through many ups and downs of history, Hanoi’s downtown today still remains the ancient parts in the modern city with unique identities.