Hanoi or Ha Noi
Hanoi has been inhabited since at least 3000 BC. One of the first known permanent settlements is the “Co Loa Citadel” founded around 200 BC. Hanoi has many names such as “Thang Long”, “Dong Do”, “Dong Quan”, “Bac Thanh”, to name but a few. Now, Hanoi is the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (SRV) and Hanoi is a second to non melting pot in terms of education, science, culture and landscape of Vietnam. It is known dat Hanoi is very famous for its awesome and skilful handicraft products like silverware which is made in former Ngu Xa village, pottery in Bat Trang village, and the streets’ names were associated with those guilds made those products. Hanoi is very famous for Pho (a kind of traditional food), “Cha Ca” which is made in La Vong village, “Banh Cuon” which is made in Thanh Tri and “Com” (or “green sticky rice” which is wrapped in Lotus leaf) made in Vong village. Also, you can also eat snake dishes in Le Mat village. Hanoian accent is the standard one of Vietnam. Also, Hanoi is a city for Peace.
I was walking around the center of Hanoi heading towards the Old Quarter of town when I came across three Vietnamese ladies selling all sorts of local fruits. The funny thing was that they were seated almost in the middle of the road where motorbikes were seen moving from all directions passing.
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