Hanoi relic sites during social distancing


Hanoi has undergone 60 days of social distancing because of the COVID-19. The once-crowded historical sites have closed their doors as the capital city rushed to contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.  

A monument to soldiers in the historic battle to defend the capital city against French invaders empties out over coronavirus threat. (Photo: VNA)

Ngoc Son Temple, a relic associated with Sword Lake, the symbol of the capital, closes its doors following Hanoi People's Committee’s decision on social distancing to prevent the epidemic. (Photo: VNA)

The Huc Bridge empties out over coronavirus threat. (Photo: VNA)

The Vietnam Military History Museum closes to prevent the spread of coronavirus. (Photo: VNA)

Barriers are placed around the entrance to Lenin Park on Dien Bien Phu Street. (Photo: VNA)

Hoa Lo prison historical relic is temporarily closed. (Photo: VNA)

Quan Chuong gate, the capital’s relic, is no longer crowded and bustling during days of social distancing. (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi is preparing measures to ease social distancing. (Photo: VNA)

Source: en.vietnamplus.vn