Towards the election of the National Assembly and People's Councils at all levels, the streets of the Capital are decorated with red flags and flowers.

In that bustling atmosphere, a special highlight in Hanoi's Old Quarter area is that many scenic spots and relics have been chosen to become places for people to vote.

In the last days of April, many scenic landmarks and monuments are ready to prepare for the election. At these locations, banners and posters with red-yellow colors and the national flag are solemnly hung.

Mini speakers are arranged to provide necessary information about the delegates as well as important information that voters need to pay attention to. In addition, it is indispensable that the list of voters is clearly publicized on the information boards

On Hang Quat Street, the old house where the ward's stele of martyrs is located has also become a meaningful polling station. In addition, the hundred-year-old house at 20 Hang Thiec is also ready for election day. This is one of the oldest houses in the Hanoi Old Quarter area./.