Quiet Hanoi on the first day of Lunar Year

Quiet Hanoi on the first day of Lunar Year

NDO – Compared to the lively and exciting crowded atmospheres of the previous night, the streets of Hanoi on the morning of the first day of the Year of the Rat were peaceful and quiet. Many people enjoyed walking along the empty roads, on the ancient streets to enjoy the serene atmosphere of the capital on the first day of the New Year. (18 hours ago)

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