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This historic building is the centrepiece of Hanoi’s French Quarter and host to shows by many of Vietnam’s premier singers, dancers and musicians.
For over a thousand years, from Chinese and French colonialism to the war with America, this citadel has been key to the country's political and military history.
Five sacred courtyards, each with a unique history, honorary inscriptions and manicured gardens, revere Confucius and the country’s best scholars.
The harsh difficulties of French colonization and the Vietnam War are somberly remembered in one of the most brutal prisons in Vietnam.
Learn about the life and times of Vietnam’s famous communist leader at this museum erected in his honour.
Stories from local legends are told at this theatre with hand-carved wooden dolls and colourful dragons that perform on a stage on the water.
This massive tomb houses the embalmed body of Ho Chi Minh, a former Vietnamese president.
At the heart of Hanoi stands a weathered neo-Gothic Roman Catholic church, a contrary sight in this predominantly Buddhist city.
See a stuffed turtle, take photographs of traditional Vietnamese architecture or enjoy a moment of quiet reflection in the tranquil surroundings of this temple.
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The historic centre of Hanoi, this maze of streets offers the city’s most traditional food, best souvenir shopping and lively nighttime entertainment.