31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic

Heritage

Hanoi artisans keep the fire of blacksmithing

Hanoi artisans keep the fire of blacksmithing

Through many ups and downs of history, the talented smiths of Hanoi’s old Hoe Thi craft village in Hanoi’s suburbs have still persistently kept their ancestor’s trade.

Hanoi’s legendary gates

Hanoi’s legendary gates

O Quan Truong, the only existing one in Hanoi, has become a part of the capital city's history.

The Yellows of Hanoi

The Yellows of Hanoi

Hanoi is famous for its green tree lines and calm lakes, but the classic charm of a thousand-year-old city is yellow - the color of old houses and memories.

Keeping the fire of blacksmithing

Keeping the fire of blacksmithing

Through many ups and downs of the history, the talented smiths of Hanoi’s old Hoe Thi craft village have still hold on with their ancestor’s trade.

The quiet beauty of the ‘second Hanoi’s Old Quarter Area'

The quiet beauty of the ‘second Hanoi’s Old Quarter Area'

Formed at the beginning of the 19th century, Ha Dong was once a bustling ancient town. The old houses located on the banks of the Nhue River adorned themselves with the contemplative beauty of time. The tranquil landscapes and its old residents reminisced people of the heyday over 100 years ago.

National treasures on stamps

National treasures on stamps

The launching of a new postage stamp sheet aims to raise the awareness and responsibility among people about national cultural treasure preservation and promotion.

The pagoda of love

The pagoda of love

Among many Buddhist temples in Hanoi, Ha Pagoda is a renowned place for people to pray for the love.