VGP - The emotional scenes when Ha Noi was liberated on October 10, 1954 will be revived through aprogram entitled ‘Memory of Ha Noi– 65 years’, which is taking place in Ha Noi’s Old Quarter.
The Ha Noi of 1954 will be reproduced along the murals of Phung Hung Street mural paintings by models, introducing the Ha Noi army to the capital; set the context of Ha Noi in the days of October 1954, with artillery, ammunition, command bunkers, trucks, and flower counters welcoming the soldiers.
About 200 members of the military band, artists from the Viet Nam National Academy of Music and actors and students from Ha Noi Academy of Theatre and Cinema will recreate the scene of the army heading to Ha Noi, with citizens waving flags and flowers to welcome soldiers back from battle.
A painting exhibition on autumn in Ha Noi will be held at at the Ha Noi Old Quarter Culture Exchange Center at No.50 Dao Duy Tu street. 37 artworks by 14 painters will reflect the beautiful landscapes and Vietnamese people. Especially, sketches on revolutionary war and Vietnamese sodilers will be exhibited.
In different styles and materials, they reflect still-life, landscapes and Vietnamese people as well as the lifestyle of Hanoians.
40 photos on Ha Noi by photographer Le Bich will be displayed at Kim Ngan Communal House at 42 Hang Bac street from October 4th to 15th.
It is part of a series of activities to mark the 65th anniversary of the capital liberation (October 10th) and 20 years since Hanoi’s recognition as a city for peace by UNESCO./.
By Vien Nhu