Thursday, April 12, 2018

Points of interest can not be missed when you come to Hanoi

Hanoi - the capital of 1000 years of civilization will bring visitors exciting experiences that no place in the country can bring Vietnam. With history as well as living culture, the streets of Ha Noi City are displayed as a canvas oil painting with the attractions you can not ignore that OpenTour will introduce the following.

Ba Dinh Square - President Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum Come to Vietnam, with Hanoi, if not visit the Mausoleum is probably a pity. The mausoleum was inaugurated on August 29, 1975. The mausoleum consists of three layers with the height of 21.6 meters, the lower layer forms the three steps, the middle layer is the central structure of the mausoleum including chamber and corridors, stairs up and down. Around the four sides are the columns of square marble, the upper layer is also the three-tiered roof. On the front side, there is the inscription "President Ho Chi Minh" of plum stone. When visiting the mausoleum visitors can feel the deepest atmosphere of worship with little regret for the old father of Vietnam. St. Joseph's Cathedral, Hanoi Located at No. 40, Nha Chung Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi. Hanoi Cathedral is one of the first Western architecture in Hanoi. The church was designed in the style of European medieval Gothic architecture, very popular in the 12th century and the Renaissance in Europe. On every Christmas occasion, the Cathedral is decorated with many large and small lights and is said to be "St. Joseph's Cathedral." Whether visitors first or many times to Hanoi, they remember the space of the church in the heart of the ancient city of Hanoi with thousand years of civilization, on the hot summer days, the church as the light where The street seems to be incredibly calm.

    Tran Quoc Pagoda Located on Thanh Nien Street, the road running along the lake, the western side of the lake is large, private Truc Bach lake ripples lightly, Tran Quoc Pagoda points to paintings in the shadow of time. With the feng shui scene, bringing fresh feelings for the visitors visiting the temple. The architectural style, structure, and interior of Tran Quoc Pagoda is a slightly Buddhist style in Vietnam. Multi-story ceramic pagoda with three main pavilions: the front porch, the incense burner, and the upper hall. Go through the gate of the pagoda, continue on the wide red brick road leading to the main door, you will see the main road opposite the entrance, covering the incense burner and the upper. Opera House Built by the French in 1901 to 1911. The Opera House is based on references to the ancient architecture of Coranhto, the castle style and the Paris Opera to create a separate, style of ancient European architecture at that time. Honored as the most beautiful architecture in Southeast Asia, this place has witnessed over 100 years of Vietnamese history as witnesses in both our fierce resistance wars. - against the United States. Experiencing the bombing rains down the sky in Hanoi, the big theater has been downgraded but has been restored and repaired to deserve the title of "the most beautiful architecture in Southeast Asia."

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