Hanoi streets decorated for Lunar New Year festival 2020

Ahead of the Lunar New Year Festival 2020 and the 90th anniversary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (February 3, 1930 – February 3, 2020), major streets around Hanoi have been decorated with flowers and posters.

Hanoi streets decorated for Lunar New Year festival 2020

 Major streets in Hanoi’s downtown have been decorated with colorful flowers, posters and flags.

Hanoi streets decorated for Lunar New Year festival 2020
 A street light post on Dinh Tien Hoang street decorated with flags of the nation, the Party and flowers.
Hanoi streets decorated for Lunar New Year festival 2020

Decorative works in streets in Hanoi bring a joyful mood to the locals.

Hanoi streets decorated for Lunar New Year festival 2020

The local authority encourages the public to take part in the cleaning and decoration works to welcome the Lunar New Year.

Hanoi streets decorated for Lunar New Year festival 2020

 A signage of “2020” at the Lenin Park.

Hanoi streets decorated for Lunar New Year festival 2020

 Decorative signages are hung in front of an office building.

 
Hanoi streets decorated for Lunar New Year festival 2020
Hanoi streets decorated for Lunar New Year festival 2020

 In from of the headquarters of the State Bank of Vietnam

Hanoi streets decorated for Lunar New Year festival 2020

Colorful flowers at Hoan Kiem lake.

Hanoi streets decorated for Lunar New Year festival 2020

Peach flowers in full bloom

Hanoi streets decorated for Lunar New Year festival 2020
Hanoi streets decorated for Lunar New Year festival 2020
Hanoi streets decorated for Lunar New Year festival 2020

Trang Tien Plaza decorated with statues of the rat, the zodiac symbol of the lunar year 2020.

Hanoi streets decorated for Lunar New Year festival 2020

Ngoc Mai/Duy Khanh (Hanoitimes)

 
 

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