An exhibition which displays traditional handicraft products from villages in and around Hanoi is being held in the city.

The event is spread over three spaces in the Old Quarter, Dong Lac Temple at 38 Hang Dao Street; Kim Ngan Temple at 42-44 Hang Bac Street and Heritage House at 87 Ma May Street.

The programme is hoped to focus attention on Hanoi’s tangible and intangible aspects of Vietnamese culture and to keep Hanoians in touch with the customs of the past.

Photos depicting the lathe industry at Nhi Khe Village in Thuong Tin District and To Tich Street at Dong Lac Temple:


 

Exhibition features old Hanoi’s space

 

An old building at Dong Lac-38 Hang Dao Street


Exhibition features old Hanoi’s space

 

Exhibition features old Hanoi’s space

 

Exhibition features old Hanoi’s space

 

Exhibition features old Hanoi’s space

 

Exhibition features old Hanoi’s space

 

Exhibition features old Hanoi’s space

 

Exhibition features old Hanoi’s space

 

Exhibition features old Hanoi’s space

 

Exhibition features old Hanoi’s space

 

Exhibition features old Hanoi’s space

 

Bamboo/rattan knitted products of Phu Vinh trade village from Chuong My District’s Phu Nghia Commune displayed at Kim Ngan Temple at 42-44 Hang Bac Street:


Exhibition features old Hanoi’s space

 

Exhibition features old Hanoi’s space

 

Exhibition features old Hanoi’s space

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Tommy Ngo

Tommy Ngo was born as a child of Home of Traditional Folk Music of graceful Vietnam. Besides a common role of a master of IT and professional blogger, Tommy also has a passion with traveling and discovering as deep as possible the beauty and culture of the S-shaped country.

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