Lịch sử về ô Quan Chưởng tại kinh thành Thăng Long
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- Ngo TThat is the only remaining gate of old Hanoi. You can take some photos of local people and their life here. It’s very good location in old quarter. Near by a local market and DongXuan Market. It’s also beautiful with lighting. No entrance fees needed
- Azmi AThe attractive shape of the only city gate remaining in Hanoi harks back to a time when the city was under siege. Walk through the arched main entrance of the Hanoi Old City Gate and imagine being one of the soldiers who heroically defended the city from this spot during several sieges, as well as the French and American wars. Admire the curved roof of the central tower and gaze up at the red and yellow Vietnamese flag flying in the wind. Built in 1749, this is the last remaining gate of the many that once surrounded the perimeter of the old city. Known locally as Quan Chuong, it takes its name from a military leader who lost his life fighting the French here in 1843. Reflect on the fact that the gate was important once again in resisting the French in 1946 to 1947.
- Yoon KNice place to visit at night. Dramatic lights.