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Hanoi - the capital of history and culture, it combines modern and bustling life with a romantic and peaceful atmosphere. In this capital city, you may also visit historic villages that still maintain their original customs in the midst of modern lif...

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Hanoi is a land of pagodas, shrines, and temples where the locals are also spiritual as Buddhist followers, and there are many pagodas around the country. However, here is a list of the most famous and magnificent pagodas, which are not only Buddhist...

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Dong Ky, a historic wood carving village, is located around 25 kilometers from Hanoi in Dong Quang Commune, Tien Son District, Bac Ninh Province. Dong Ky was originally known for its January 4th fireworks display, according to the lunar calendar. The...

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Dong Ho Painting Village, located near Hanoi, is a remarkable and long-lasting example of cultural heritage. Dong Ho folk art first established during the reign of the Ly Dynasty in the 11th century. A painting's material is simple, but its method is...

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Duong Lam is Vietnam's first ancient village to be designated as a national relic. This village, which is approximately 60 kilometers west of Hanoi, attracts a large number of weekend guests due to its ancient cultural and architectural assets. A Duo...

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Quan Thanh Shrine, formerly known as Tran Vu Temple, is a Taoist temple in Hanoi. During Emperor Ly Thai To's (1010-1028) reign, Quan Thanh Temple was dedicated to Saint Huyen Thien tran Vu. For Hanoians, it has become a well-known religious and cult...

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The Hanoi One Pillar Pagoda was awarded the Asia Record Organization's "Asian Pagoda with the Most Unique Architecture" in 2012. In terms of architecture, this pagoda is extraordinary and one-of-a-kind. A wooden square pagoda with a curved roof was b...

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The Tran Quoc Pagoda is Hanoi's oldest pagoda, history dates back over 1,500 years. It was first built on the Red River's bank, outside of the Yen Phu Dyke. The pagoda was relocated in 1615 to Kim Ngu (Golden Buffalo) islet on West Lake.

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The Old Quarter and Sword Lake are not the only attractions in Hanoi. But Tran Quoc Pagoda, Quan Thanh Temple, and West Lake (Tay Ho) are also the most well-known tourist attractions, which are located 4 kilometers from Hoan Kiem Lake and may be acce...

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Van Phuc Silk Village is well-known for its high-quality goods and traditional silk weaving techniques. Visit Van Phuc to learn about the use of natural silk in the manufacturing of traditional silk, and this village will attract you with its high-qu...

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