1 of 64 . Bread of Minh Nhat, Nguyen Du street

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Bread of Minh Nhat, Nguyen Du street

Although the shop just opened a few months, the bread here is appetizing a lot of diners because of being prepared by Ming Nhat Master Chef. Despite being small, shop is impressed orange color decoration and attracts many customers mainly students and office workers nearby. Bread's ingredients are various such as: the mixed, grilled chicken, satay, egg ... In addition, presenting is clean and eye-catching. The price for a bread containing full of materials is reasonable, 32.000VND. ..Readmore

2 of 64 . Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc Square in Hanoi at Night. Photo by Malingering

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Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc Square in Hanoi at Night. Photo by Malingering

Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc Square at the intersection of Dinh Tien Hoang - Hang Dao - Hang Gai.

3 of 64 . Kim Lien Temple Festival

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Kim Lien Temple Festival

Objects of worship: Cao Son (Nguyen Hien) the god defends the South and Qui Minh (Nguyen Sung) the younger brother of Cao Son, general of Tan Vien. Tan Vien is the person who fought Thuy Tinh, defended King Hung. Characteristics: Procession, seven-layer feast (includes steamed glutinous rice, chicken, cakes, fruits), bird fighting, rice cooking contest, duck catching contest.

4 of 64 . Kim Lien Temple (Kim Lien Communal House)

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Kim Lien Temple (Kim Lien Communal House)

This communal house consists of a grand ceremonial hall – which was restored in 2000, on the occasion of Hanoi’s 990th founding anniversary – and a three-compartment back sanctuary. Inside the sanctuary, the front compartment is where a common altar is placed; compartment is where a ritual throne and ritual weapons are installed, and the back compartment is where the statues of Saint Cao Son and two other goddesses are worshipped. ..Readmore

5 of 64 . Kim Lien Temple (Or Cao Son Temple)

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Kim Lien Temple (Or Cao Son Temple)

Cao Son Temple is located on a high hill and consists of two separate parts: in front of the hill is the cổng trụ biểu (arched gate) with two lean-tos in the spacious grounds, and the main structure on the hill itself. The two parts are linked by a flight of nine steps built of vồ bricks, a kind of large brick often used during the reign of King Le Trung Hung in the 17th century. ..Readmore

6 of 64 . Kim Lien Temple (Kim Lien Communal House)

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Kim Lien Temple (Kim Lien Communal House)

Kim Lien Communal House (Kim Lien Temple or Cao Son Temple), one of the “four guardian temples” of ancient Thang Long”, is located in Phuong Lien Ward, Dong Da District, Hanoi. ..Readmore

7 of 64 . Huyen Thien Tran Vu Statue in Quan Thanh Temple

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Huyen Thien Tran Vu Statue in Quan Thanh Temple

Quan Thanh temple is an important historical and cultural place in Hanoi. According to the legend, Tran Vu is a figure who helped King An Duong Vuong chase away demons during the construction of Co loa Citadel. The temple first existed in the south of the To Lich River (1160) but then was moved to the North-west of the capital (the present site) (1474). It is one of the “Thang Long Tu Tran” which honours the Holly Figures guarding at four main directions (East – West – south – North) of the ancient Thang Long citadel. Quan Thanh temple attracts visitors for its famous special and beautiful structure and religious cultural place. ..Readmore

8 of 64 . Inside Quan Thanh Temple

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Inside Quan Thanh Temple

Religious visitors often come to Quan Thanh temple at the Lunar New Year and on the first and fifteen day of the lunar month. The purpose is to worship and pray for health, luck and happiness. Visitors also can enjoy the spacious and charming landscapes here, relax and find out the ancient and romantic beauty of Hanoi in the past and now. ..Readmore

9 of 64 . Gates to Quan Thanh Temple

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Gates to Quan Thanh Temple

Quan Thanh temple (Ha Noi) is located at the crossroads of Thanh Nien Street and Quan Thanh Street, near West Lake, Ba Dinh District, Ha Noi. Built during the reign of King Ly Thai To (1010-1028) and renovated many times, the temple is also called Tran Vu temple, since it is dedicated to Huyen Thien Tran Vu (Guardian of the North of the Country). ..Readmore

10 of 64 . Voi Phuc Temple or Kneeling Elephant Temple

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Voi Phuc Temple or Kneeling Elephant Temple

Despite many challenges and restorations, Voi Phuc Temple retains its ancient and beautiful architecture. It has becomes an indispensable part of Hanoi, attracting a lot of domestic and foreign visitors. ..Readmore

11 of 64 . Voi Phuc Temple or Kneeling Elephant Temple

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Voi Phuc Temple or Kneeling Elephant Temple

Every year, to commemorate the merits of Linh Lang God, Voi Phuc Temple Festival is held on the 9th to the 11th day of the second lunar month. This is a grand procession festival with flags, fans, gongs, drums, parasols, bat am (cantanets) musical band and senh tien group dancing. ..Readmore

12 of 64 . Voi Phuc Temple or Kneeling Elephant Temple

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Voi Phuc Temple or Kneeling Elephant Temple

The place of Voi Phuc Temple is also a historical relic. In May 1882, the mandarin of the court under King Ham Nghi, Ton That Thuyet together with the General of Black Flag Troop, Luu Vinh Phuc had ambushed French Army and two colonels Villers and Henri Riviere had been killed here. ..Readmore

13 of 64 . A foreign tourist at Bach Ma (White Horse) Temple

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A foreign tourist at Bach Ma (White Horse) Temple

Located in the center of Hanoi’s ancient quarter, Bach Ma temple is an isolated religious relic that runs in a long, narrow path from its facade on Hang Buom Street to the back door on Ngo Gach Street. ..Readmore

14 of 64 . White horse statue at Bach Ma (White Horse) Temple

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White horse statue at Bach Ma (White Horse) Temple

According to the legend, when Cao Pian went out to the east gate one day, he saw a stranger appearing in a 5-colour cloud. That night, Pian dreamt of the stranger, who called himself Long Đo, and Pian had his bronze hammer buried for exorcism. The following night a great storm raged and in the morning the hammer was broken into sandy pieces. Pian was very frightened so he built a temple to appease the Long Đo deity. ..Readmore

15 of 64 . Inside Bach Ma (White Horse) Temple

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Inside Bach Ma (White Horse) Temple

Bach Ma Temple is located at number 76 Hang Buom Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi. From 200 B.C. to 939 A.D, Vietnam was dominated by Chinese feudalism and in 866, the Tang Dynasty mandarin, Cao Pian, ordered the Đai La Citadel (now known as Hanoi) to be built bordered by the Red, To Lich, and Kim Nguu rivers. ..Readmore

16 of 64 . Bach Ma (White Horse) Temple

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Bach Ma (White Horse) Temple

11th century Bach Ma Temple is Hanoi’s oldest place of worship and is easily visited while strolling through the Old Quarter. Bach Ma or White Horse Temple was dedicated by King Ly Thai To, the city’s founder, in the 11th century. Much of the present structure dates from the 18th century and significant restoration has taken place during the past decade. Bach Ma is beautifully decorated and remains in active use. ..Readmore

17 of 64 . Inside 87 Ma May Ancient House

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Inside 87 Ma May Ancient House

The ancient house sits at 87 Ma May street, a popular street in Hanoi Old Quarter. You can easily walk there for less than 10 minutes from Hoan Kiem lake. ..Readmore

18 of 64 . 87 Ma May Ancient House

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87 Ma May Ancient House

It was the first restoration of this kind in the Old Quarter. Since then, the house helps to promote at local and international levels the cooperation projects, and more specifically to present the Vietnamese architecture and building techniques (facade, inner house organization). It was recognized as Vietnamese National Heritage in 2004. ..Readmore

19 of 64 . 87 Ma May Ancient House

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87 Ma May Ancient House

Beside the unique architecture, the visitors are attracted by the silence, peace of the house, it differ from the outsides life. ..Readmore

20 of 64 . 87 Ma May Ancient House

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87 Ma May Ancient House

The structure elements in a good shape as well as the traditional succession of buildings and courtyards have been preserved. The modifications made by the former residents – partition of the inner space, split of the shop front in two parts, new three floors building at the back of the plot of land – were suppressed to give back the house its original shape. ..Readmore

21 of 64 . 87 Ma May Ancient House

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87 Ma May Ancient House

This house is typical of the traditional architecture in the Old Quarter: It has a narrow facade and a succsession of buildings and courtyards, hence the popular reference as a “tube-house”. The shop is located in the first building overlooking the street. It is closed at night by removable wooden panels. On the second floor are the living room and the ancestors’altar, the most sacred place for the family. ..Readmore

22 of 64 . 87 Ma May Ancient House

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87 Ma May Ancient House

Ma May Street, once located on the bank of the Red river, was a very lively commercial harbor. It consisted of two small streets: Hang May and Hang Ma. Hang May, located near the pier, specialized in the selling of rattan and bamboo products. Hang Ma, close to Hang Bac Street, sold votive papers. At the beginning o fthe 19th century, the two streets were combined into Ma May Street. ..Readmore

23 of 64 . 87 Ma May Ancient House

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87 Ma May Ancient House

Located within Hanoi Old Quarter, the ancient house at 87 Ma May street which was built at the late of the Twentieth century, is quite intact with typical architecture of ancient houses on Hanoi street. ..Readmore

24 of 64 . Voi Phuc Temple

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Voi Phuc Temple

Voi Phuc Temple was built during the reign of King Ly Thanh Tong (1054 - 1072), dedicated to Royal Highness Linh Lang - Linh Lang God. Therefore, it is also known as Linh Lang Temple. ..Readmore

25 of 64 . Voi Phuc Temple

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Voi Phuc Temple

Thang Long Tay Tran (Thang Long Citadel’s Western Guardian God Temple), also called Voi Phuc (Kneeling Elephant) Temple, with its large campus and lush green trees is one of the popular scenic places in Vietnam’s capital city of Hanoi. ..Readmore

26 of 64 . Long Bien bridge

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Long Bien bridge

If Hoan Kiem Lake with special green water and the red bridge named The Huc is the symbol of an elegant and charming ancient city; Red river and Long Bien bridge may be seen as the symbol of courageous capital in wars. “Hanoi” - the name means “surrounded by river” is the city of ponds, lakes, rivers and bridges. If Hoan Kiem Lake with special green water and the red bridge named The Huc is the symbol of an elegant and charming ancient city; Red river and Long Bien bridge may be seen as the symbol of courageous capital in wars. ..Readmore

27 of 64 . Long Bien bridge

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Long Bien bridge

Many people living and visiting Hanoi said that Long Bien Bridge is the best place to look at the sunrise or the sunset and taking nice photos of alluvial patch. Many brides and grooms choose Long Bien Bridge as nice background in their wedding albums. Many tourists come here to visit a historical construction and view nice scenery. Many youngsters, teenagers take nice photos to keep memories of youth on the bridge or in the middle of alluvial patch with full of green tree. Many vendors and housewives still come here every afternoon for an open air market. ..Readmore

28 of 64 . Long Bien bridge

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Long Bien bridge

Long Bien – the oldest bridge in Hanoi is still living and sharing the daily life with Hanoians silently. If you have a chance to visit Hanoi, do not forget to take a walk on Long Bien Bridge for sight seeing, feeling the daily life of Hanoians, and enjoying peaceful moments at the present but not forgetting memorable past. ..Readmore

29 of 64 . Long Bien bridge

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Long Bien bridge

The Long Bien Bridge was constructed from 1989 to 1902 during French’s occupation of the country. Though the bridge was designed by French, it was built directly by Vietnamese workers with indigenous construction materials like woods from Phu Tho, Yen Bai, Thanh Hoa province, cement from Hai Phong, Long Tho lime from Hue. The bridge was formerly named Paul Doumer by the French, but Vietnamese have called it Long Bien or Cai River Bridge for a long time, and Long Bien becomes the most popular name of the bridge. Originally, Long Bien had 19 spans and it was the first steel bridge across Red river in Hanoi, and one of four greatest bridges in the world at the time it was built. ..Readmore

30 of 64 . Long Bien bridge

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Long Bien bridge

Designed by French Architect Gustave Eiffel of Eiffel Tower fame, Long Bien Bridge was completed in 1902 when it was one of the longest bridges in Asia. A Hanoi icon in all senses, the Long Bien Bridge - formerly known as the Paul Doumer Bridge - was one of the greatest engineering accomplishments of the French colony and a showpiece of colonial infrastructure. In the Vietnam War it became a symbol of Hanoi’s resistance to relentless US bombing. ..Readmore

31 of 64 . Van Phuc Silk Village festival

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Van Phuc Silk Village festival

Visitors to Van Phuc village will be impressed by typical manner of an ancient village in the north of Vietnam with banyan tree, well, communal house, and the sound of power-looms everywhere. Walking on the main road in Van Phuc, tourists will be lost in the world of silk with various products like shirts, ties, crafts, dresses… made of silk available in the village. ..Readmore

32 of 64 . Van Phuc Silk Village

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Van Phuc Silk Village

Situated on the bank of Nhue River, about 10km southwest of Hanoi Old Quarter, Van Phuc silk village is renowned for its traditional weaving and premium quality silk products. At the age of more than 1,200 years, Van Phuc is proud to be the most ancient silk village which provides the best silk in Vietnam. ..Readmore

33 of 64 . Gates at Van Phuc Silk Village

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Gates at Van Phuc Silk Village

Van Phuc Silk Village is situated on the banks of Nhue Thi River, Nguyen Trai Road, near Ha Dong city, 8 km southwest of Hanoi. It takes you only 30 minutes by motorbike to go there from the centre of Hanoi. The village has been much well known for its traditional sericulture, weaving, and silk products. Tourists coming here are lured by various beautiful shirts, crafts, ties, dresses and many other things made of silk available in the village. What is special is that the silk is made by very simple looms, which is the genuinely traditional Vietnamese way of making silk. ..Readmore

34 of 64 . Inside of Saint Joseph Cathedral of Hanoi

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Inside of Saint Joseph Cathedral of Hanoi

You enter the church through the side door, not the main entrance. Inside, the original stained glass windows and religious murals maintain the traditional, European style of St. Joseph’s exterior. There are also traditional Vietnamese decorations adorning the aisles, walls and altar. St. Joseph Cathedral is located just west of Lake Hoan Kiem, close to several bus routes and walkable from the Old Quarter. Entry to the church is free. Opening hours are known to fluctuate, and you’ll likely find the church closed at lunchtime. Services are held throughout the week and the church is often full. ..Readmore

35 of 64 . Saint Joseph Cathedral of Hanoi

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Saint Joseph Cathedral of Hanoi

In order to build the church, the French demolished the ancient Bao Thien pagoda that had stood there for more than 800 years. The contrast between the two religious buildings was dramatic. St. Joseph Cathedral’s neo-Gothic cross, towers and nave are distinctly European. At 64.5 metres (211 feet ) long and with bell towers reaching 31.5 metres (103 feet) high, it’s an imposing structure. ..Readmore

36 of 64 . Saint Joseph Cathedral of Hanoi

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Saint Joseph Cathedral of Hanoi

St. Joseph Cathedral is a 19th-century neo-Gothic church built with the Notre Dame of Paris in mind. The church is a gathering place for the large Roman Catholic community of Hanoi and is also popular with tourists. Constructed when the French first occupied the city, St. Joseph Cathedral is a striking example of colonial architecture in Hanoi. ..Readmore

37 of 64 . Outside of Saint Joseph Cathedral of Hanoi

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Outside of Saint Joseph Cathedral of Hanoi

At the heart of Hanoi stands a weathered neo-Gothic Roman Catholic church, a contrary sight in this predominantly Buddhist city. ..Readmore

38 of 64 . Quan Thanh Temple

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Quan Thanh Temple

Quan Thanh temple is also renowned for the woodcarving. Many wooden structures in the temple were carved skilfully with different shapes and patterns such as four sacred animals, fish, fir trees, bamboo trees, flower baskets, swords and daily activities on the heaven and the earth. ..Readmore

39 of 64 . Statue of Huyen Thien Tran Vu in Quan Thanh Temple

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Statue of Huyen Thien Tran Vu in Quan Thanh Temple

The temple is to worship Huyen Thien Tran Vu (Guardian of the North of the Country). According to the legend, Tran Vu is a figure who helped King An Duong Vuong chase away demons during the construction of Co loa Citadel. So that the Quan Thanh temple is also called Tran Vu temple. It is one of the “Thang Long Tu Tran” which honours the Holly Figures guarding at four main directions (East – West – south – North) of the ancient Thang Long citadel. ..Readmore

40 of 64 . Gates at Imperial Citadel of Thang Long

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Gates at Imperial Citadel of Thang Long

Generally, the ancient Hanoi Citadel had three encircling walls. Tu Cam Thanh (The Purple Forbidden Citadel) was house of the King and his royal family. It is located within the inner wall inside Hanoi Citadel. There were different names of the citadel through various dynasties, such as: Cung Thanh in the Ly Dynasty, Long Phuong in the Dynasty of Tran and Cam Thanh (the Forbidden Citadel) on the Le Dynasty. Only one gate which functioned as the connection of the Purple Forbidden Citadel and Hoang Thanh (the Royal Citadel) was called Doan Mon Gate. ..Readmore

41 of 64 . Imperial Citadel of Thang Long

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Imperial Citadel of Thang Long

The Imperial Citadel of Thang Long is the cultural complex comprising the royal enclose area built in the Ly Dynasty and expanded in Tran, Le and finally Nguyen Dynasty. The ruins of the citadel roughly coincide with the Hanoi Citadel today. The royal palaces and most of the structures in Thang Long were in varying states of disrepair by the late 19th century with the upheaval of the French conquest in Hanoi. The central sector of the imperial citadel was listed in UNESCO's World Heritage Site in 2010. ..Readmore

42 of 64 . Vietnam Fine Arts Museum

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Vietnam Fine Arts Museum

Vietnam Fine Arts Museum was originally built by the French in 30s of the 20th century with the function as a place for the daughter of French officials in Indochina. In 1962, with the permission of the Government, Ministry of Culture, it is renovated and added the decorative architecture of Vietnam village in order to display arts of Vietnam. In 1966, Vietnam Fine Arts Museum was officially inaugurated with a surface area of 4200 m2 and a display area is 1200 m2. In 1997-1999, it has been expanded with a total area of 4737m2. ..Readmore

43 of 64 . Vietnam Fine Arts Museum

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Vietnam Fine Arts Museum

The displays system of the Museum has several times been added so as to preserve and honor the unique aesthetic value and essence of the nation in the history of art shaped of Vietnam. Vietnam Fine Arts Museum is preserved over 18.0000 artifacts in the water that represents the Vietnam Fine Arts from prehistoric time to now. ..Readmore

44 of 64 . Hoan Kiem Lake

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Hoan Kiem Lake

As beautiful as a bouquet in the heart of the city, Hoan Kiem Lake is surrounded by the streets of Dinh Tien Hoang, Le Thai To, Hang Khai. Hoan Kiem Lake, also known as Sword Lake, is a natural freshwater lake in Hanoi. The surface area is a large mirror reflecting the shade of ancient trees, the flowing hair weeping willow trees, the roofs of ancient temples and pagodas, moss old tower... ..Readmore

45 of 64 . Tran Quoc Pagoda

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Tran Quoc Pagoda

Located on a small penisula on the East side of West Lake, Tran Quoc Pagoda is regarded as the most ancient pagoda in Hanoi with its history line of more than 1,500 years. The architecture of this Buddhist center is a subtle combination between the solemn and beautiful landscape on the peaceful and quiet ambiance of West Lake’s surface. Thanks to these historical and architectural values, Tran Quoc Pagoda attracts many tourists to pay a visit, both inside and outside of Vietnam. ..Readmore

46 of 64 . One Pillar Pagoda

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One Pillar Pagoda

Being attractions not be missed in the tours programs around Hanoi, the One Pillar Pagoda is one of the historical tourist attractions in Hanoi that no one can ignore when traveling in the capital of culture, politics of Vietnam. ..Readmore

47 of 64 . Hoa Lo Prison Museum

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Hoa Lo Prison Museum

Hoa Lo Prison formerly known was Central Prison (Maison Centrale), but because it was built on the land of Phu Khanh village, former general Vinh Xuong, this village is specialized in producing pottery, day and night fiery furnace, so the village was called Hoa Lo and prison also called Hoa Lo Prison. ..Readmore

48 of 64 . Vietnam National Museum of History

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Vietnam National Museum of History

Where in Hanoi can give you thorough understanding of Vietnam’s great victory against the French colonialists and American imperialists? Here it is, the Military History Museum. ..Readmore

49 of 64 . Vietnam National Museum of History

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Vietnam National Museum of History

Hanoi's history of over 1000 years is complex, but many visitors ignore it altogether. Yet that is a shame, for the story that unfolds in this well laid-out museum is one of epic proportions. The building in which it is housed is a striking blend of European and Oriental design that originally functioned as L'Ecole Francaise d'Extreme Orient, and the rooms that recount the various stages of the city's history are well marked. The ground floor includes funerary jars, Dong Son drums, and excavations of Han tombs, and leads up to 1400. Upstairs the story continues with artifacts from the Ly and Tran dynasties, as well as ceramics from the Nguyen dynasty. ..Readmore

50 of 64 . Fifth Courtyard in Temple Literature

51 of 64 . Turtle Steles with the names of those successful at the royal exams

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Turtle Steles with the names of those successful at the royal exams

In 1484, the King Lê Thánh Tông erected 116 steles of carved blue stone turtles with elaborate motifs to honour talent and encourage study. The turtle ("quy") is one of the nation's four holy creatures. The others are the dragon ("long"), the unicorn ("ly") and the phoenix ("phuong"). The turtle is a symbol of longevity and wisdom. The shape and size of the turtle changed with the passage of time. ..Readmore

52 of 64 . Statue of Chu Van An in Temple of Literature

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Statue of Chu Van An in Temple of Literature

The very first stop-over of any foreign tourist in Hanoi is always Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam (translated as Temple of Literature), which reveals the Hanoians’ spirit of study in the past! ..Readmore

53 of 64 . Quan Su pagoda

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Quan Su pagoda

The pagoda is also known as the "Ambassadors Pagoda" (Chua Quan Su). The temple is the headquarters of the Buddhist Sangha of Vietnam. Constructed in the 15th century along with a small house for visiting Buddhist ambassadors, in 1934 it became the headquarters of the Tonkin Buddhist Association and today it is headquarters for the Vietnam Central Buddhist Congregation. ..Readmore

54 of 64 . Ho Chi Minh’s Stilt House

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Ho Chi Minh’s Stilt House

Ho Chi Minh’s Stilt House is the place served as the Communist Party of Vietnam’s Chairman’s working office and residence during his late years in life. Now the site is the only place opened for visiting on the property of the Presidential Palace. ..Readmore

55 of 64 . Ho Chi Minh museum

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Ho Chi Minh museum

One of the most resourceful museums in Hanoi and undoubtedly in the country, Ho Chi Minh museum is conveniently located in the Ho Chi Minh complex. It can be combined in your day trip to visit Ho Chi Minh mausoleum, One-pillar Pagoda, Ba Dinh square and the War Memorial. The whole museum is a elaborate description of Ho Chi Minh’s life, with 8 chronological topics. The first one, from 1890 to 1910 modeled after his upbringing, hometown and youth. The second topic concerns the next ten years where Ho Chi Minh travelled the world to find out a way to rescue the country from colonialism. ..Readmore

56 of 64 . Water puppet in Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre

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Water puppet in Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre

The world-famous Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre in Hanoi has its roots in an art form that dates back to the 11th century. The tradition of water puppet theatre stems from a time when rice paddy fields were flooded and villagers would make entertainment by standing in the waist-deep water with the puppets performing over the water. ..Readmore

57 of 64 . Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

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Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is an important historical attraction of Hanoi, known for honoring the national hero: President Ho Chi Minh. Ho Chi Minh's Mauloleum is the imposing Soviet style block in which President Ho Chi Minh’s embalmed corpse lies. Located at the centre of historic Ba Dinh Square, thousands of locals and international visitors line up to pay their respects each day. ..Readmore

58 of 64 . Khue Van Cac in Temple of Literature

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Khue Van Cac in Temple of Literature

The Temple of Literature is about 10 minutes away from Hoan Kiem lake. It was constructed in 1070 under Ly Thanh Tong’s dynasty, first to honor Confucius and nowadays to celebrate the doctorates and high rank scholars of Vietnam. In 1076, King Ly Nhan Tong continued the work and built Quoc Tu Giam as the first university of Vietnam. ..Readmore

59 of 64 . Vietnam Museum of Ethnology

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Vietnam Museum of Ethnology

Open from November 12, 1997, Vietnam Museum of Ethnology is a valuable center of cultural heritage preservation in tangible and intangible of various ethnic groups of Vietnam. The Museum keeps 29,000 artifacts, including about 25,000 artifacts of the ethnic groups of Vietnam, more than 2,000 artifacts of nations in Southeast Asia, and nearly 900 artifacts of other countries. ..Readmore

60 of 64 . The Co Loa Festival

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The Co Loa Festival

Festival is the traditional cultural beauty, expressing the high education on tradition of against foreign invaders of the nation, on the moral tradition "drinking water, remember its source" of Vietnamese people. ..Readmore

61 of 64 . Amadora Wellness & Spa

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Amadora Wellness & Spa

Amadora Wellness & Spa is an ideal place to stay for you and your beloved ones to start enjoying beautiful life, wallowing in sublimate moments of the authentic Spa arts. Inspired with Champa culture heritage, architectural and interior designs of Amadora Wellness & Spa represent the glory of the artistic Champa style. ..Readmore

63 of 64 . The Huc Bridge and Ngoc Son Temple

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The Huc Bridge and Ngoc Son Temple

Temple was built on Ngoc island in Hoan Kiem lake, along with Tower Pen, Radio Research, The Huc Bridge (bridge park beans morning light), Dac Nguyet Lau (floor gets moonlight), Tran Ba house (house against waves) and main Temple create clusters of historic architecture - art and beauty, landscapes typical of Hanoi. ..Readmore

64 of 64 . Dong Xuan Market

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Dong Xuan Market

The Dong Xuan market, built in 1889 by the French, is the largest in Hanoi market covered and without a doubt, one of the most popular and crowded city markets. The popularity of Dong Xuan market is not so much by the variety of products nor by its price, but also because it is located in the Centre of Hanoi, just 5 minutes walk from the central lake in Hanoi, Hoan Kiem Lake. ..Readmore