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Hanoi sparkles with nocturnal serenity

Many tourist attractions and high-rises across Hanoi, all lit up at night, display a calm serenity.

Hanoi, nocturnal serenity, tourist attractions, high-rises, calm serenity, capital of Vietnam

Thanh Nien Street, located between West Lake and Truc Bach Lake, is brightly lit at dusk. The street is renowned for its beauty, with the blackboard trees that line it providing ample shade and its ancient temples adding a sense of spiritual tranquility.

Hanoi, nocturnal serenity, tourist attractions, high-rises, calm serenity, capital of Vietnam

Tran Quoc Pagoda is seen at 7 p.m. Located on a small peninsula on the east side of West Lake, Tran Quoc Pagoda, at nearly 1,500 years, is known as the oldest pagoda in the capital. Adding to the architectural beauty and historical significance of the pagoda is a Bodhi tree said to be the "offspring" of the original tree under which the Buddha attained enlightenment in India.

Hanoi, nocturnal serenity, tourist attractions, high-rises, calm serenity, capital of Vietnam

Long Bien Bridge, a symbolic Red River crossing, was designed and built by French firm Daydé-Pillié in September 1898. It opened to traffic in 1902, running more than 1,691 meters, with a rail track in the middle and road transportation on either side. During the Vietnam War (1955-1975), the bridge had some of its parts damaged and even destroyed by enemy bombing. The Vietnamese government fixed the damage, building the spans still in use today.

Hanoi, nocturnal serenity, tourist attractions, high-rises, calm serenity, capital of Vietnam

Octagon House, built in 1901, used to host the French army's trumpet shows. The structure lies inside the Ly Thai To flower garden area, encompassing the streets of Dinh Tien Hoang, Le Lai, Le Thach and Ngo Quyen.

Hanoi, nocturnal serenity, tourist attractions, high-rises, calm serenity, capital of Vietnam

Turtle Tower, an iconic symbol of Hanoi in the middle of Hoan Kiem (Sword) Lake, shines at night. Hoan Kiem Lake, which spreads across 12 hectares (30 acres), is named for the legend of a golden turtle god showing up at the lake to take back a sword it had given King Le Loi in the 15th century to help fight Chinese invaders.

Hanoi, nocturnal serenity, tourist attractions, high-rises, calm serenity, capital of Vietnam

Hanoi’s St. Joseph Cathedral is located at 40 Nha Chung Street. Built between 1884 and 1888, it has been a place of worship for Catholics in the capital for more than a century.

Hanoi, nocturnal serenity, tourist attractions, high-rises, calm serenity, capital of Vietnam

Hanoi Museum, part of Vietnam National Convention Center, is located on Pham Hung Street in Nam Tu Liem District. The building was completed in 2010 with an inverted pyramid design.

Hanoi, nocturnal serenity, tourist attractions, high-rises, calm serenity, capital of Vietnam

Nhat Tan Bridge, also known as Vietnam - Japan Friendship Bridge, was inaugurated in January 2015. It runs a length of 8.9 kilometers (5.5 miles) across Red River and has five spans representing the capital's five ancient gates.

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Source: VnExpress 

Hanoi, nocturnal serenity, tourist attractions, high-rises, calm serenity, capital of Vietnam
 
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