Hanoi changes in many ways since Liberation Day

Since the capital city of Hanoi was liberated 65 years ago, it has witnessed enormous changes but kept historical values.

Hanoi changes in many ways since Liberation Day

The only surviving gate of the citadel of Thang Long, O Quan Chuong not only brings beauty in architecture but also represents Hanoi ancient history

Hanoi changes in many ways since Liberation Day


Ba Dinh square. This place is one of Hanoi’s most famous historical relic sites. At Ba Dinh square on September 2, 1945, President Ho Chi Minh read the Declaration of Independence giving birth to the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, now the Socialist Republic of Vietnam

Hanoi changes in many ways since Liberation Day

Tran Quoc pagoda, one of the oldest pagodas in Vietnam

Hanoi changes in many ways since Liberation Day

St Joseph's Cathedral, also known as Nha Tho Lon in Vietnamese, was built in 1887

Hanoi changes in many ways since Liberation Day


The Hanoi Opera House has been a rendezvous for those who love theatrical performance and traditional songs and music, symphonies, opera and classical opera. It is also a tourist attraction for local and foreign visitors

Hanoi changes in many ways since Liberation Day


Tourists take pedicab rides discovering Hanoi

Hanoi changes in many ways since Liberation Day


Hang Ma street

Hanoi changes in many ways since Liberation Day


Dinh Tien Hoang street

Hanoi changes in many ways since Liberation Day


Hoan Kiem lake

Hanoi changes in many ways since Liberation Day


Trang Tien street

Hanoi changes in many ways since Liberation Day


Truc Bach lake

Hanoi changes in many ways since Liberation Day

Ngoc Khanh lake

Hanoi changes in many ways since Liberation Day


Nhat Tan bridge at night

Hanoi changes in many ways since Liberation Day


Nguyen Chi Thanh – Lang crossroad overpass

Hanoi changes in many ways since Liberation Day


Four storey interchange of Khuat Duy Tien-Nguyen Xien-Nguyen Trai in Thanh Xuan district 

 

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