17 Places shouldn’t be missed when visiting Hanoi

Where to visit in Hanoi – 17 places should not miss

Hanoi Opera House
Hanoi Opera House

Hanoi Opera House : The building was built by the French in 1901 and completed in 1911. This is one of the famous sightseeing places in the capital. My favorite is sitting on the porch of the big theater at night, listening to music and eating Trang Tien ice cream, watching the stream pass.

Hanoi Cathedral
Hanoi Cathedral

Hanoi Cathedral (official name: St. Joseph Cathedral): The church was completed in 1886 – the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Hanoi, where the archbishop’s seat. This is also a long church in Hanoi, often take place the religious activities of the parishioners of the archdiocese of Hanoi, and worth to note in the list of where to visit in Hanoi.
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Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum (Ba Dinh District): Over the past 10 years, I have been riding motorcycles through the tomb many times, but this time I just stand near this.

Hanoi Train Station
Hanoi Train Station

Hanoi Railway Station was built and completed in 1900, with the largest scale of Indochina in that period. Sometimes I just want to jump on the train, to a landing, and start exploring, it must be great.

Hanoi Ceramic Mosaic Mural
Hanoi Ceramic Mosaic Mural

Hanoi Ceramic Mosaic Mural was built and completed in 2008 on the occasion of the 1000th anniversary of Thang Long – Hanoi. It is recognized by the Guinness World Records as the longest ceramic picture in the world. This is a great option about where to visit in Hanoi.

Tay Ho Palace
Tay Ho Palace

Tay Ho Palace is located on the large peninsula between West Lake. Princess Lieu Hanh Princess, a legendary character, and one of four immortal saints in the belief of the Vietnamese. On the full moon, or early in the month, the people came to Tay Ho to worship. The scene of squeezing, pushing, screaming, and screaming takes place often in a pure place, making you never intend to come these days.

Government Guest House
Government Guest House

Government Guest House – No. 12 Ngo Quyen, formerly mistaken for Tonkin. After the revolution in August 1945, this house was the North of the Republic – the seat of the Government of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, where President Ho Chi Minh from August 1945 to 1946. Now, this place becomes one of the places where brides and grooms take their wedding photos next to the toad garden.

Hang Dau water tower
Hang Dau water tower

Hang Dau water tower is a construction work in 1894 – often mistakenly referred to as Bau Hang Dau, lying between five falls near Hang Dau flower garden. In the past, moss-covered works, with their own beauty. When remodeled on the occasion of 1000 years of Thang Long – Hanoi, the tower was put on a new coat.

The Ly Thai To statue
The Ly Thai To statue

The Ly Thai To statue is located in Chi Linh Flower Garden (another name of Ly Thai To Flower Garden). The flower garden is located on Dinh Tien Hoang Street, Hoan Kiem District, in the heart of Hanoi, Vietnam. The statue was cast in solid copper, which was built in 2004.

Long Bien Bridge
Long Bien Bridge

Long Bien Bridge is the first steel bridge across the Red River, connecting Hoan Kiem District with Long Bien District, built by French (1898-1902).
Evening, up here watching the moon, the wind is great. The days are cold, eating grilled corn, grilled squid on the bridge is not.

The Vietnam Museum of History
The Vietnam Museum of History

The Vietnam Museum of History is the place where the artifacts, reflecting the cultures and history of the country’s founding and defending, have been preserved, from the beginning of the country to the birth of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.
I like the architecture here, but the food has not come yet. When this photo was taken too late, so I had another appointment.

Ham Long Church
Ham Long Church

Ham Long Church is one of the most beautiful churches in Hanoi, with two fronts located on the streets of Ham Long and Ngo Thi Nham. This is also where many brides and grooms choose to hold a wedding. The cathedral has a large space, decorated with Phanxico style rope-strings, both ancient and modern. For many young people, perhaps this area is famous for its pigeon dumplings sold opposite. Therefore, it is not only where to visit in Hanoi, but also a interesting place for people to enjoy the beauty of nature.

Dong Xuan Market
Dong Xuan Market

Dong Xuan Market is one of the largest markets in Hanoi, the largest market in the Old Quarter. The market has existed for hundreds of years, since the feudal Nguyen.
In general, this market is only for wholesalers and tourists. I have never been there.

Friendship Cultural Palace
Friendship Cultural Palace

Friendship Cultural Palace is located at 91 Tran Hung Dao Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi. It is an architectural and cultural project for art performances, scientific conferences and exhibitions. The project was started on January 1, 1978, on the foundation of the Hanoi War Veterans’ Association (destroyed by bombs during World War II), and completed on September 1, 1985.
I remember most of the hip hop dance days on this, the large pavement marble, at a time when he was guarded chasing.

The flagpole of Hanoi
The flagpole of Hanoi

The flagpole of Hanoi – also known as the Hanoi Tower – is a towering structure built at the same time as Hanoi, under the Nguyen Dynasty (started in 1805, completed in 1812). The flagpole architecture consists of three pillars and one column, which is considered one of the symbols of the city. The building is located on Dien Bien Phu Street – opposite Lenin Park and on the premises of the Museum of Military History of Vietnam.

Turtle Tower in Hoan Kiem Lake
Turtle Tower in Hoan Kiem Lake

Turtle Tower in Hoan Kiem Lake. This can be said as one of the most location where to visit in Hanoi.

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