Hanoi celebrating 25 years of UNESCO recognition as “City for Peace”

25 years since receiving the title “City for Peace,” Hanoi has recorded positive changes and comprehensive development, becoming a safe and friendly destination. The capital has also been widely promoted among international friends, and garnered high praise from international organizations.

1ava.jpg
Sunset over West Lake (Photo: VNA). The West Lake is located northwest of Hanoi center. Covering an area of 500 ha and with a shore length of 17 km, West Lake is the largest lake in the inner city, and a popular place for recreation with many surrounding gardens, hotels, and villas.
2.jpg
In recent years, Hanoi’s transportation infrastructure has seen significant improvements, including the development of modern, multi-purpose roads. These advancements have significantly contributed to the capital’s economic growth. (Photo: VNA)
3.jpg
Hanoi’s urban landscape has become increasingly modern, with significant improvements in traffic congestion, contributing to socio-economic development. Infrastructure remains a top priority for investment and development, with a number of key projects completed and put into operation. (Photo: VNA)
4.jpg
Hanoi’s urban landscape has become increasingly modern, with significant improvements in traffic congestion, contributing to socio-economic development. Infrastructure remains a top priority for investment and development, with a number of key projects completed and put into operation. (Photo: VNA)
5.jpg
Hanoi is a city where leaders from around the world enjoy a peaceful atmosphere. In the photo: During his visit to Vietnam on November 2, 2023, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte visits a cafe on Dien Bien Phu street, savouring tea and engaging in conversation with Vietnamese friends. (Photo: VNA)
6.jpg
Hanoi is not only a secure and trustworthy destination but also an attractive meeting place for politicians and international friends. In the photo: The motorcade carrying leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), Kim Jong-un, passes the August Revolution Square to meet US President Donald Trump for the second DPRK-US Summit held in Hanoi on February 28, 2019. (Photo: VNA)
7.jpg
International tourists participate in cultural activities at Hoan Kiem pedestrian street in Hanoi. (Photo: VNA)

See more