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Opera House

Opernhaus Hanoi

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Yến
Yến
November 18, 2019
The Opera theatre is over 100 years old, builed from 1901 to 1911 and designed by Frech. In the evening of weekend you can walk arround here and tasted Tràng Tiền special ice - cream which very delicious.
Ha
Ha
November 04, 2019
It is simply, along with Hoan Kiem Lake, the symbol of the city that has been there from generation to generation.
Cyrene
Cyrene
November 02, 2019
beautiful place to snap memory
Thomas
Thomas
October 30, 2019
The Hanoi Opera House is the biggest theatre in Vietnam and speaks volumes as historical and cultural evidence of Vietnam. The interior is even more magnificent than the exterior with many arguing it is aesthetically even more appealed than the Paris Opera House. Visitors today will be entertained…
Trang
Trang
October 23, 2019
Water puppet show is fading from the daily life of Hanoians. This is probably the only place left where you can see the beauty of this traditional performance. A must-see! Ranked #13 on Tripadvisor

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Standort
Số 01 Tràng Tiền
Hà Nội, 100000
Telefonnummer+84 24 3933 0113
ÖffnungszeitenGeöffnet · Schließt um 11:00 PM
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