Phan Dinh Phung Street

Phan Dinh Phung Street

Phan Dinh Phung Street  was once a trench running outside the northern wall of Thang Long Citadel in the Nguyen Dynasty (the 19th century).

Hanoi to relocate Old Quarters residents for preservation

Hanoi will need around 40.6 ha of land and almost 4.3 trillion VND to relocate residents from the Old Quarters in Hoan Kiem district for a conservation project.

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Hang Ma Street

Hang Ma Street

Hang Ma (Paper Offerings) Street has been one of Hanoi’s typically frenetic commercial areas since the medieval times.

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Hang Duong Street

Hang Duong Street

Hang Duong (Sugar) Street still retains its typical flavour that made it famous in Hanoi, processing and selling all kinds of sugar and sweets.

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Hang Buom Street

Hang Buom Street

In the past, different kinds of boat sails which were made from homemade canvas or rush were sold on the Hang Buom Street.

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The Capital’s Shortest Street

The Capital’s Shortest Street

Being only 52 metres long, Hoan Kiem Lake Street is more like an alley connecting Dinh Tien Hoang and Cau Go Streets.

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Hang Thiec Street

Hang Thiec Street

Hang Thiec Street is a craft street of tinsmiths which has existed for a long time in the Old Quarter.

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Hanoi - Old Streets and Traditional Trades

Hanoi has an old quarter of 36 streets, each being closely attached to a traditional trade that is clearly shown by its name.

Dinh Le book street

Dinh Le is the name of a small narrow street of 200 metres in length. Dinh Le is also called “Book street”.

Hang Duong Street

Hang Duong (Sugar) Street still retains its typical flavour that made it famous in Hanoi, processing and selling all kinds of sugar and sweets.

Hang Thiec Street

Hang Thiec Street is a craft street of tinsmiths which has existed for a long time in the Old Quarter.

Hang Ma Street

Hang Ma (Paper Offerings) Street has been one of Hanoi’s typically frenetic commercial areas since the medieval times.