Exhibition will reproduce vivid memories of a period, with the reconstructed model of 36 streets, the flower seller, folk games and the experience of drinking beer in subsidy period.
Time and location of Hanoi’s old memories
The program Hanoi’s old memories officially welcome visitors from 17:30 pm December 30th, 2015 at Thang Long Imperial Citadel (Hanoi). In this morning, the preparations for the opening ceremony are almost completed.
The activities of Hanoi’s old memories
The highlight of this program is the collection of photographs illustrating the culture, heritage, the recreation of the ancient streets of Hanoi with traditional villages.
The ancient streets are erected as true with information and featured stalls of Hanoi ancient streets. Hundreds of “non la” – the images associated with Vietnam woman – is putting up as lanterns covered the 36 streets.
Guests who love Hanoi are also have chance to watch the image of colorful flowers bicycle along the “Hanoi Old Quarter” in the display area. For many elderly people in Hanoi, this image has become a familiar image.
In the main yard of the Citadel, hundreds of documentary photographs of Hanoi old quarter are exhibited, in which there are many images of great cultural works in the rudimentary period such as the Opera House, Long Bien Bridge, One Pillar Pagoda, Ngoc Son temple and the old streets. In particular, visitors will find memories of the beer in subsidy period in dining space inside the Citadel.
The organizers in coordination with a magazine that specializes in auto and a group of artists and architects implement 3D space of Hanoi in 1980s for youth to explore, such as sidewalks, old book stores. Viewers will experience and save the beautiful moments in 3D space of shooting. The event will end on January 01st, 2016.