Hanoi bustling with Christmas atmosphere

2019-12-24 15:50:42
The bustling Christmas atmosphere has appeared all over Hanoi’s streets. The images of Santa Claus, reindeer and sleigh appear many places, while the familiar melody of the song Jingle Bells resounds in shops, supermarkets and restaurants.

The cold weather in Hanoi brings the feeling that Christmas and New Year holidays are coming.

 

St Joseph's Cathedral in Hanoi is decorated for Christmas.

 

Over the past years, in Hanoi, Christmas has gradually been considered a happy holiday for everyone. It is celebrated on the evening of the 24th and until December 25th.

 

Many streets in Hanoi are decorated colorfully, creating a warm setting amid the cold weather at the end of the year.
The commercial centers, brightly decorated, stand out with many colors.

 

Christmas atmosphere at Nguyen Trai street, Thanh Xuan district.

 

Christmas decorations are available on Hang Ma street.

 

Santa Claus - an iconic image of Christmas

 

Christmas decoration at night

 

Trang Tien Shopping Center is lit brilliantly at night.

 

Christmas is a great holiday of the year for Catholics. It is also an opportunity
for people to express their sentiments and present gifts and greetings to each other. (Photos by The Duong)

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