As time goes by, 36 streets and guilds in Hanoi's Old Quarters almost remained unchanged in their architectural styles that were designed decades ago.
A plan is being studied to establish a one-stop food street for vendors in the Old Quarter area of Hanoi.
German photographer Hans-Peter Grumpe traveled Vietnam between 1991 and 1993 and took about 1,600 photos of 20 provinces and cities across the country.
A ceramic mosaic with a record height of 11.64 metres designed by artists Nguyen Thu Thuy, Nguyen Tung Ngoc and Nguyen Hoang Tung debuted on the 9th floor of the Lotte Center building in Hanoi on September 2.
The merchants at Dong Xuan Market, the longest-standing wholesale market in Hanoi, and domestic manufacturers are trying to come up with a solution to boost the sale of Vietnamese goods at the market.
Ho Dai Phuoc has been taking photos of markets for the last 20 years.
The prices of food sold at the small road on the side of the Dong Xuan Market in Hanoi so inexpensive that the maximum price is VND35,000 ($1.
Observing from a height of 300m, the Hanoi Old Quarter is covered by reddish-brown roofs.
A photo exhibition featuring Hanoi's markets, past and present, is held at the Vietnam's Woman Museum, 36 Ly Thuong Kiet Street from March 6 through April 15.
It is portrait season at historical and cultural sites in Ha Noi, such as Van Mieu (Temple of Literature) and Hoan Kiem Lake.