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Photo exhibition on Vietnam – Cuba ties opens in Hanoi
A photo exhibition themed “Vietnam – Cuba, 50 years of solidarity, cooperation and development” opened in Hanoi on December 30 to mark the 50th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Vietnam and Cuba (Dec. 2, 1960 - Dec. 2, 2010).

Hanoi aims to lure more visitors
Hanoi capital has turned 1,000 years old with more than 5,100 long-term historical relics, 700 landscapes at national level, 1,300 traditional craft villages.

First 4-star hotel in Hanoi’s ancient quarter
Silk Path, located on Hang Bong Street, Hanoi, has been recognised to be a four-start hotel by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism.

Ha Noi plans for more tourists
The capital should tap into its natural resources and cultural and historical heritage, and diversify its unique tourism products and services, said the municipal Culture, Sports and Tourism Department's deputy director Mai Tien Dung at a workshop titled "Tourism Investment Promotion in Ha Noi".

Hanoi attracts 1.2 million foreign visitors in 2010
The number of foreign visitors to Hanoi in 2010 is estimated at 1.2 million, up 18.42 percent against 2009, while the number of domestic tourists to the city is expected to increase by 15.22 percent to 10.6 million.

Hanoi lighting up for Lunar New Year
Hanoi is preparing for Tet by transforming the headquarters into a place of lights and decorations.

Hanoi to prioritize cultural and eco-tourism
Hanoi will prioritize the development of cultural and eco-tourism in the coming years, Mr. Mai Tiến Dũng, Vice Director of the municipal Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, said at a tourism promotion conference on December 17.

Hanoi focuses on tourism development
A seminar on tourism development and investment promotion was held by Hanoi Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism in Hanoi on December 17.

Hanoi commemorates King-Monk Tran Nhan Tong
The Hanoi Buddhist Sangha held an incense offering to King-Monk Tran Nhan Tong, the founder of Vietnam Zen Buddhism, in commemoration of his 702nd death anniversary at Ba Da pagoda on December 5.

Ha Noi to host National Fine Arts Exhibition 2010
The National Fine Arts Exhibition 2010 representing Viet Nam's fine arts industry will open at the Viet Nam Exhibition Centre for Culture and Arts in Ha Noi on December 1.

Ceremony honours revolutionary historian
A ceremony commemorating the 125th anniversary of the death of historian Pham Than Duat (1825-85) was held at Ha Noi's Literature Temple on Monday, honouring his great contributions to Vietnamese people's revolution against the French colonialists.

Old Quarter celebrates culture
Hanoi's Old Quarter is hosting a tea ceremony and an exhibition of vintage timepieces until Nov. 27, as well as a discussion of traditional culture in the capital city.

Will Ta Hien Maintain Its Traditional Beauty?
It is a concern of many people and tourists who are interested in Hanoi old quarters and Ta Hien Street in particular when the Hanoi Old Quarter Management Board started the Ta Hien Street improvement project in November 11.

French Quarter in Hanoi to be preserved
The Hanoi Department of Architectural Planning will soon submit a draft regulation on managing the French Quarter in Hanoi to the municipal People’s Committee.

Korean handicraft products introduced in Hanoi
An exhibition on Korean handicraft products made by 21 skilled Korean artisans is being held at the Korea Gallery at the Republic of Korea (RoK) Culture Center.

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