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Van Mieu Quoc Tu Giam Hanoi Best sights

Van Mieu Quoc Tu Giam

Van Mieu - Temple of Literature is a school for the sons of the Nation was established for the princes in Vietnam. Although several Temples of Literature can be found throughout Vietnam, the most prominent and famous is that situated in the

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Hanois Old Quarter Hanoi Best sights

Hanoi’s Old Quarter

Hanoi's old quarters spread out on an area of 100 ha, including 76 streets belonging to 10 wards namely Cửa Đông, Đồng Xuân, Hàng Bạc,Hàng Bồ,Hàng Bông,Hàng Buồm, Hàng Đào,Hàng Gai, Hàng Mã, Lý Thái Tổ in Hoàn Kiếm

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Duong Lam ancient village Hanoi Best sights

Duong Lam ancient village

Duong Lam ancient village with is located near the center of Son Tay town, is prominent with ancient hamlets, dark red laterite walls, mounds, hills, deep drainage ditches- specific features of a midland village in Doai area. Duong Lam Ancient

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West Lake The Hanois Lung Hanoi Best sights

West Lake The Hanoi’s Lung

West Lake is one famous palace of Hanoi . Since Thang Long was selected as the capital of Dai Viet, the West Lake region has actively participated in the process of Thang Long cultural establishment. West Lake is an ancient land,a specific

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Ngoc Son Temple Hanoi Best sights

Ngoc Son Temple

Ngoc Son Temple is a temple on a small island in the middle of Hoàn Kiếm Lake. Initially, the temple was called Ngoc Son Pagoda and was later renamed Ngoc Son Temple, since temples are dedicated to saints. When Ly Cong Uan moved his

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Chua Mot Cot Hanoi Best sights

Chua Mot Cot

Chua Mot Cot or the One Pillar Pagoda has become the symbol of Vietnamese rich culture and history. The pagoda was first built in 1049 under the Ly Dynasty, on the west side of the ancient Thang Long Capital. The pagoda was built in the reign of

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Hoan Kiem Lake Hanoi Best sights

Hoan Kiem Lake

Hoan Kiem Lake( Sword Lake) is a lake in the historical center of Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. Hoan Kiem Lake was once a part of the Red river (song Hong). Through thousands of years of changes in the geography, the lake moved eastward to its

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