VietNamNet Bridge – The ancient Khue Van Cac in Hanoi, the highly stylized Tram Huong tower in Nha Trang, and the Nha Rong Wharf in HCM City are among the outstanding works of these cities.Khue Van Cac (Hanoi) In 2012, the National Assembly ratified the Law of the Capital, which recognizes Khue Van Cac – Van Mieu (Temple of Literature) as the symbol of Hanoi. It explained that the symbol of the capital city is the typical image associated with the history and culture of Hanoi and the Vietnamese people; it expresses the aspirations, the pride of Hanoi people and Vietnamese people about a capital of culture, civilization and modernization. Khue Van Cac was selected because it is the traditional symbol of the eagerness for learning of Hanoi people and Vietnamese people as a whole. Khue Van Cac was built in 1070 as the first university of Vietnam, with over 700 years of operation, training thousands of talents for the country. According to ancestors, Khue Van Cac means the concentration of essence between earth and heaven and it aims to promote Confucian culture of Vietnam. Turtle Tower (Hanoi) The Turtle Tower is another iconic work of Hanoi, popular with domestic…
- Today in history, May 7: Australia granted coat of arms
- Historical relic sites refresh memory about Sai Gon’s liberation
- HCMC to launch tender for Thu Thiem 4 Bridge
The iconic buildings of Vietnamese cities have 222 words, post on at June 21, 2015. This is cached page on VietMaz. If you want remove this page, please contact us.