The Vietnam Military History Museum in Hanoi was set up on July 17, 1956 inside the former French expeditionary barracks. It covers 10,000 m² and its one of seven national museums in Vietnam. Outside of the museum there are a number of military items on display, such as helicopters, tanks and MiG fighters. Inside of … Read more
Hanoi’s Cot Co Flag Tower is approximately 33.4 meters tall and from the top, it offers a great view of Hanoi and what is left of the Hanoi Citadel.
The Cot Co (Flag Tower) is part of the Hanoi Citadel (plus the Vietnam Military History Museum) and its one of the symbols of Hanoi. It was built in 1812 as a later addition to the Hanoi Citadel, which was built by Emperor Gia Long with help from French engineers in 1805. The Cot Co … Read more