22/08/2023 - 14:49:26
The Hanoi Museum has promoted the collection of additional artefacts and documents added to the permanent display established in 2018. The source material of author Samuel Baron, stored at the National Libraries of France and the Netherlands, has been contacted by the Hanoi Museum and exploited the copyright for display. These materials and documents are a valuable source of information which describes the truth about all aspects of the lives of the people of Thang Long-Ke Cho (late 17th century).
03/08/2023 - 09:07:32
“Nearly two hundred teenagers refused to evacuate but stayed in Hanoi to do tasks such as communication, navigation, annunciation, command, and fighting side by side with the Capital Regiment from the very beginning of the resistance against the invaders. They were “Little Guards” - patriotic teenagers who were very worthy of the tradition of “young ages with big mind”, with the oath “Determined to Brave Death for the Survival of the Fatherland” in the resilient struggle of 60 days and nights to protect Hanoi Capital and open the resistance of our nation against the French colonialists”. Those are the words dedicated by General Vo Nguyen Giap to the “Little Guards” - “young capital boy who were determined to brave death”
29/06/2023 - 14:09:16
Son Vi culture was a culture of the late Palaeolithic and early Mesolithic Age in Vietnam. It was named after the Son Vi commune, Lam Thao district, Phu Tho province and was discovered by Vietnamese archaeologists in 1968. Now, more than 140 sites of Son Vi culture have been discovered, distributed mainly on midland hills and some caves in North Vietnam.
31/05/2023 - 16:23:37
Long Bien Bridge, which began construction in 1898 and opened in 1902, was named Doumer after the Governor-General of Indochina at that time, Paul Doumer.
22/03/2023 - 15:26:56
Trach Xa Village, Hoa Lam Commune, Ung Hoa District, Hanoi, has long been known for traditional Ao Dai making. The skillful hands of Trach Xa craftspeople have made traditional Ao Dai for both men and women that are very beautiful and enhance the physique of those who wear them.
24/02/2023 - 15:41:51
Hanoi is located in the center of the Red River Delta which is accreted by the Red River and Thai Binh River systems. The development of Hanoi is associated with rivers, of which the Red River is the largest. The Red River is like a mother river that accretes alluvium for fertile soil and green trees, contributing to create a cultural space named Hanoi.
24/02/2023 - 15:32:53
The exhibition introduced some of the capital's traditional and unique festivals, such as: Va Temple Festival in Son Tay, Giong Festival in Soc Son, Le Mat Village Festival in Gia Lam, Hai Ba Trung Festival in Hat Mon - Phuc Tho, Luu Xa Village Festival, Chem Village Festival...
24/02/2023 - 15:07:19
Tet Holiday, also known as Lunar New Year, is traditionally the most solemn holiday of the year for Vietnamese people. It marks the end of the old year at the time of the Pig on Lunar December 30th (or the 29th for missing months) and welcomes the beginning of the new year, the year of the Rat, on Lunar January 1st. During Lunar New Year, there are many ceremonies taking place including the Kitchen God's offering (Lunar December 23rd), Bamboo tree erection (from Lunar December 23rd to 30th), Lunar New Year's Eve, the Earth God offering and spring lucky shoot picking.
24/02/2023 - 14:48:14
Hanoi, in the center of the Red River Delta, has gradually expanded over time and become a major capital in the world. In 2017, the city had an area of more than 3300 square kilometers and about 9 million inhabitants. Hanoi is located in a diverse ecosystem with mountainous areas, midlands, plains, and many rivers and lakes.