Hanoi streets adorned with Ban flowers in full bloom

With Ban blossoms coming into full bloom around mid-March, the streets of Hanoi are starting to become coloured by the delicate pink flowers which are reminiscent of orchids.

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Ban flowers, also known as Bauhinia variegate, originally come from the country’s north-western region.

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Local people who wander around Bac Son and Hoang Dieu streets are easily able to find the beautiful flowers in bloom.

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The sight of the flowers serves to beautify the capital’s streets due to its soft pink and purple colours.

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Each flower contains four or five petals, with each one featuring bright pink veins.

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The sight of the flowers around the capital indicates that a new spring season is upon us.

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Many young people come to snap photographs among the bright flowers in order to capture a brilliant picture of the spring blossoms.

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Bac Son street is embellished with a row of colourful Ban flowers

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