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Quan Thanh Temple 2

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A: Inside Quan Thanh Temple

by Thang Bui, 30 meters away

Quan Thanh Temple (Vietnamese: Đền Quán Thánh), formerly known as Tran Vu Temple (Hán Việt: Trấn Vũ Q...

Inside Quan Thanh Temple

B: Quan Thanh Temple

by Armin Leuprecht, 50 meters away

Quan Thanh Temple

C: Quan Thanh Temple 1

by Thang Bui, 70 meters away

Quan Thanh Temple 1

D: Thanh Nien Street Westlake Hanoi

by Thang Bui, 140 meters away

Thanh Nien Street Westlake Hanoi

E: Truc Bach Lake 1

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Truc Bach Lake 1

F: Sunset In Westlake Hanoi

by Thang Bui, 190 meters away

West lake (Ho Tay) is a popular place in Hanoi. It is biggest lake in Hanoi and there are many temple...

Sunset In Westlake Hanoi

G: Small park on the Hanoi's shore

by Sergey Mitrofanov, 370 meters away

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Small park on the Hanoi's shore

H: Cua Bac catholic Church - Hanoi

by Comi Valentine, 410 meters away

Cua Bac catholic Church - Hanoi

I: Cua Bac catholic Church - Hanoi

by Comi Valentine, 430 meters away

Cua Bac catholic Church - Hanoi

J: Cua Bac Catholic Church

by Comi Valentine, 470 meters away

Cua Bac Catholic Church

This panorama was taken in West Lake, Hanoi, Hanoi

This is an overview of Hanoi

This is the historical central area of Hanoi, capital of Hanoi.

Hanoi estimated population 3,398,889 (2007), is the capital and second-largest city of Vietnam. From 1010 until 1802, with a few brief interruptions, it was the political centre of an independent Vietnam. It was eclipsed by Huế during the Nguyen Dynasty as the capital of Vietnam, but Hanoi served as the capital of French Indochina from 1887 to 1954. From 1954 to 1976, it was the capital of North Vietnam.

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