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Hanoi's relic sites reopen to visitors
Entrance to Hanoi’s Temple of Literature, Vietnam’s first university. The temple was built in 1070.

Hanoi’s relic sites reopened to tourists on May 14 after a temporary closure due to the Covid-19 epidemic.

On its 1st day of reopening, Hanoi’s Temple of Literature welcomes a modest number of visitors.

A group of tourists visits Hanoi’s Temple of Literature on May 14.

The site welcomes several foreign visitors. All visitors must wear a mask and use hand sanitizer before entering the site.

The tourists line up and keep a safe distance from each other.

The number of visitors to Hanoi’s Ngoc Son Temple on the first day of reopening is quite small.

At the ticket counters, visitors must stand at the marked locations to keep a safe distance from each other.


One of Hanoi’s most popular tourist attractions, Hoa Lo Prison welcomes a very small number of visitors on the first day of reopening.

Tourists must fill out a health declaration form and wash their hands before entering the site.

Quan Thanh Temple also welcomes a few tourists.

Tran Quoc Pagoda, the oldest pagoda in Hanoi, originally constructed in the sixth century, experiences the same low turnout on the first day.


Source: vovworld.vn/Huong Nguyen - Thuy Hang

Hanoi's relic sites reopen to visitorsOn its 1st day of reopening, Hanoi’s Temple of Literature welcomes a modest number of visitors. A group of tourists visits Hanoi’s Temple of Literature on May 14. The site welcomes several foreign visitors. All visitors must wear
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