Beautiful Vietnam
Hanoi streets decorated for Liberation Day celebration
  • |, LD | October 10, 2019 06:54 AM
Many streets in Hanoi have been covered in colour to mark the 65th anniversary of Liberation Day.

Various cultural activities are also being held to recall the liberation of the capital city from the French on October 10, 1954.

An exhibition entitled Hanoi in Autumn will be opened until October 15 at the Hanoi Old Quarter Culture Exchange Centre, 50 Dao Duy Tu Street. It showcases 37 paintings by 14 contemporary artists from the Hanoi Fine Arts Association. In different styles and materials, they reflect still-life, landscapes and Vietnamese people as well as the lives of Hanoians.

Another photo exhibition named Hoai Niem (Memories) featuring photographer Le Bich will run until October 15 at Kim Ngan Temple, 42-44 Hang Bac Street.

Some photos of the decorations on Hanoi streets:


Banners and billboards hung on local streets 




The national flag at the headquarters of many agencies

Decorations of Hanoi’s symbols on a street 

A banner at Thong Nhat Park 

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