Geography of Hanoi Capital

Geography of Hanoi Capital

Hanoi, which means "the hinterland between the rivers," is located in the Red River Delta, in the center of North Vietnam.

Vietnam, Laos bolster judiciary cooperation

A delegation of the Hanoi People’s Court, headed by Deputy-Chief Judge Ta Quoc Hung is on a visit to Laos under the framework of the bilateral Cooperation Agreement on the Judiciary.

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Water quality in Hanoi’s lakes improves, official says

The water quality in seven of Hanoi ’s lakes earmarked for renovation had improved markedly after months of dredging and cleaning, inspectors announced earlier this week.

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Project “Time capsule of gifts” cancelled

Secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee Pham Quang Nghi stated that Hanoi will not implement the project of a time capsule for future.

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New urban area, park to be built on eastern Hanoi

A new urban area and a science and entertainment park will be built with a total investment of 410 million USD in eastern Hanoi.

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Hanoi moves towards green metropolis

Vietnam ’s capital city is working on a plan that will zone off 70 percent of its natural territory for tree and water space by 2050 to become a green, civilised and modern city.

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Hanoi’s natural conditions

Covering an area of more than 918 square kilometers, Hanoi comprises two different topographical features: the delta and the Middle Region of the North.

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Historical stages of Thang Long- Hanoi

The ancient Hanoi, with Co Loa capital, started to enter the Vietnamese history as a national socio-political centre.

Geography of Hanoi Capital

Hanoi, which means "the hinterland between the rivers," is located in the Red River Delta, in the center of North Vietnam.

Hanoi’s natural conditions

Covering an area of more than 918 square kilometers, Hanoi comprises two different topographical features: the delta and the Middle Region of the North.

Hanoi, Anti-French resistance war, General uprising 1945

In 1854, on hearing that the French had occupied the three eastern provinces of the South (Gia Dinh, Bien Hoa and Dinh Tuong), candidates left their examinations in Hanoi for a demonstration in Van Mieu and around Ho Guom (Restored Sword Lake) to show their willingness to fight the enemy in the South.

Hanoi, Renovation and Development

The year 1975 puts an important milestone in the history of Vietnam in general, and Hanoi in particular.