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2 best historical monuments in Hanoi

Hanoi – the capital of Vietnam has long been known with many of historical monuments. There are 2 best historical monuments that are must-see places for you. Flights into Hanoi might take you to many other famous monuments in the capital. Therefore, taking advantage of your trip and starting to explore something new at once. Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is the best architecture in Hanoi that you would like to visit. Besides, you can go to visit St Joseph’s Cathedral as well.

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

Where is Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum located?

The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum (Lang Chu Tich) is the best memorial in Hanoi that is located in the center of Ba Dinh Square. This is the place where Viet Minh Leader – Ho Chi Minh stayed from 1951 until he passed.

The special architecture of The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

The building is a place where visitors can express their deeply admiration and gratitude for President Ho Chi Minh because of his sacrifices. In general, the roof is said to evoke either a traditional communal house or a lotus flower. People who go to this place must keep in the queue, which moves quite quickly for hundred meters to the mausoleum entrance itself. Visitors are not allowed to stop and hold the constant queue up.

Some important principles when visiting The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

It is very important for you to follow the principles visiting The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. Wearing shorts, sleeveless skirts and miniskirts are not permitted. It is also forbidden to put your hand in your pockets. Hats must be takken off before you start to go inside. Besides, you might be requested to store day packs, cameras and phones before you enter. Certainly, photography is strictly prohibited in the mausoleum.

St. Joseph’s Cathedral

After visiting The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, it is very possible to go to see another famous architecture. The cathedral is located West of Hoan Kiem Lake and is known as a small square within the Old Quarter. There are some impressive restaurants and apartments around here. The cathedral is the headquarters of Archdiocese of Vietnam that control many churches.

This is St. Joseph’s Cathedral that is a place of remarkable history. It stands today is the heritage of the Roman Catholic Church in South-Central Louisiana as a landmark. It also attributes to the early settlers of Baton Rouge, to missionaries from Europe who suffered from the Civil War. The Cathedral conducts mass several times during the day. Visitors could visit here for Sunday evening at 18:00 p.m. when a flow of people start to enter The Cathedral. You can see that the prayer hymns are broadcast and Catholics who do not enter the cathedral.

These 2 significant architectures are worth a visit. Through Hanoi Travel, you might have many chances to explore other architectures in Hanoi.