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.
Hanoi's streets have been decorated with light and flowers in preparation for the 60th anniversary of the city's liberation day, October 10.
Observing from a height of 300m, the Hanoi Old Quarter is covered by reddish-brown roofs.
Despite economic difficulties, many residents of the capital have found a way to earn a stable living.
Despite of the cold weather, Hanoi, Ha Giang, Moc Chau ... are very beautiful with yellow mustard flower fields, with roads covered by mist or little ethnic minority girls with pink cheeks because of the dry weather.
Hanoi seems to be gentler in the afternoon breezes, besides a hot cup of coffee. Thus, only the words coffee - Hanoi – autumn make many people flutter.
A photo exhibition entitled “Light from the Heart” will open at the Vietnam Women's Museum, 36 Ly Thuong Kiet, Hanoi, from June 18 to 23.
A year after the imposition of a ban on vehicles parking in 262 streets in nine districts in the capital, many locations have returned to their initial chaos.
Recordings of Hanoi's bygone days alive with train bells, ancient songs and Ca Tru (ceremonial singing) will be played back for the first time at an event called Hanoi Soundwalk on April 13.