Hanoi displayed through old paintings
Artwork inspired by Hanoi have been put on display at an exhibition to mark the capital’s 65th Liberation Day anniversary.
All of the exhibition’s paintings have been drawn by Le Van Xuong. This image is titled “O Quan Chuong”.
An artwork of Quan Su pagoda
An image of Dong Xuan market
A painting of the scene in front of Long Bien railway station
Hang Buom street
Hang Da street
Hang Dong street
Gam Cau street
Tran Nhat Duat street
Artist Le Van Xuong displays a painting of Hanoi in 1952.
Hanoi authorities have started shutting down the cafes along the popular railway line on Dien Bien Phu to Phung Hung Street on October 10.
Thang Long’s four guardian god temples have vital locations in Hanoi. They were built as soon as King Ly Cong Uan established the country’s capital in Thang Long (now Hanoi).