Vietnam architecture,ancient villages
Cu Da ancient village is a tourist destination in Hanoi, attracting those who love to learn about traditional village architecture. (Photo: VNA/VNP)
Vietnam architecture,ancient villages
The beauty of Cu Da ancient village (Photo: VNA/VNP)
Vietnam architecture,ancient villages
A house with French architecture was built in the early 20th century, in harmony with the traditional style of houses in Cu Da ancient village. (Photo: VNA/VNP)
Vietnam architecture,ancient villages
A small alley in Cu Da ancient village (Photo: VNA/VNP)
Vietnam architecture,ancient villages
Through many ups and downs, Cu Da ancient village seems to still keep its original intact features with houses designed with typical architecture of the northern delta region. (Photo: VNA/VNP)
Vietnam architecture,ancient villages
One of the few remaining village gates in the ancient village of Cu Da. (Photo: VNA/VNP)
 
Vietnam architecture,ancient villages
Sophisticated carved details of French architectural patterns mixed with motifs bearing the imprint of Vietnamese villages show the skillful hands of the Cu Da craftsmen. (Photo: VNA/VNP)
Vietnam architecture,ancient villages
Newly painted walls are seen in the ancient village of Cu Da. (Photo: VNA/VNP)
Vietnam architecture,ancient villages
Through many ups and downs, Cu Da ancient village seems to still keep its original intact features with houses designed with typical architecture of the northern delta region. (Photo: VNA/VNP)

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Cu Da - A 17th century village in Hanoi

Cu Da - A 17th century village in Hanoi

Cu Da Village in Hanoi is known for its many old houses and pagodas built in the 17th century but many of the houses in the village are deteriorating.

Exploring prolific vermicelli production in Hanoi’s ancient village

Exploring prolific vermicelli production in Hanoi’s ancient village

Cu Da vermicelli village in Hanoi is famous for both ancient French-style houses and a long tradition of making vermicelli.