The exhibition is a part of cultural activities to celebrate the 64th anniversary of the Capital’s Liberation Day.
80 photos displayed at the exhibition feature traditional craft villages and streets in Ha Noi over the past time, such as Hang Trong folk painting, Banh com (green rice flake cakes) in Hang Than Street, Lo Ren Street, Lan Ong, etc.
Additionally, there is a space for centuries-old handicraft villages on the outskirts of the city, namely Bat Trang ceramics, Quat Dong embroidery, Van Phuc silk, Ngu Xa bronze casting, Son Dong statue, Chang Son paper fans, making cultural features of the capital.
Besides, many multicolored photos describe a Ha Noi with cultural sediments through thousand years of civilization and beautiful moments in life.
Photos on display express deep and long-lasting love for Ha Noi of artisans and local people who are contributing significantly to the city’s development.
Delegates visit the exhibition.
The exhibition helps Ha Noi lovers to understand more about craft villages and streets which are considered as precious heritages during the capital’ development progress.
The event will last until October 13th.
After the exhibition, these photos will be on display in the Ha Noi Museum, helping domestic and international visitors to understand more craft villages, streets, and talented artists of Thang Long - Ha Noi.