Apr 30, 2020 / 14:30

Hanoi streets turn red to mark national holidays

The Hanoitimes - Flags and banners are decorated in every street and alley across the capital city.

Hanoi’s streets, small alleys, and public places are tinted red with national flags, banners and posters to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the National Reunification day, May Day and the 66th anniversary of the Dien Bien Phu victory.

From April 22 to May 10, Hanoi will be sparkling with billboards, banners and flags to communicate the value, historical significance and great spirit of the past national struggle for unification and independence.
 A large poster on the road. Photo: VGP
 Thanh Nien street, Ba Dinh district. Photo: VGP
Two thousand vertical banners have been placed in main roads and downtown areas. Thí photo was taken at the Ba Dinh Square, Ba Dinh district.
Flags and banners  decorate Hoang Dieu street, Ba Dinh district.
 Photo: VGP
The intersection of Tran Vu and Thanh Nien streets, Ba Dinh district.
Trang Tien street leading the Hanoi Opera House filled with flags, flowers and lighting decorations. 
Shops selling national flags and shirts with national flags in Hang Bong street, Hoan Kiem district.
To celebrate the national holidays, flags are flown at every door.
 Photo: VGP 
Flags are hung on the roads and alleys of the capital city.
 Flags are hung at an apartment block in Hanoi. Photo: VGP
Photos: Ngoc Tu (Kinh te & Do thi)