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Rustic life of Hanoi in 1989 through French journalist’s lens

08:38 | 24/09/2020

The rustic life of Hanoi in 1989 was vividly depicted through the photo series of famous French journalist Francoise De Mulder.

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rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

A tram turns a corner as it passes through the intersection between Hang Gai and Luong Van Can streets in the capital city of Hanoi, Kien Thuc reported.

Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

The bustling atmosphere of Hang Chieu Street in Hanoi’s Old Quarter.

Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

Many people are riding Xich Lo (cyclos), as seen from the crossroads of Hang Chieu and Hang Giay streets.

Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

A cyclo rider on Hang Chieu street.

Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens
The hawker selling sapodilla on Hang Chieu street. Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc
rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

The tram rail in front of Dong Xuan market, the largest fruit and vegetable wholesale market in the capital.

Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

A mother takes her child on a bicycle passing through a coffee shop. Bicycles are common means of transport of Hanoians at that time.

Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

The peaceful scenery of a small street in Hanoi’s Old Quarter.

Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

A house in Hanoi’s Old Quarter seen from the opposite one.

Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

A closer look at a house in Hanoi's Old Quarter in 1989. Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

Builders are working on the rooftop of a house in Hanoi.

Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

A girl on the terrace. Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

Citizens and soldiers stand in a queue to visit President Ho Chi Minh's mausoleum.

Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

A helicopter is displayed in Military Museum (currently known as Military History Museum)

Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

Hanoi’s Flag Tower, one of the major landmarks in the capital city seen from the campus of the Military Museum.

Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

Long Bien Bridge is crowded with bicycle riders. Originally, Long Bien Bridge had 19 spans and it was the first steel bridge across the Red river in Hanoi, and one of four greatest bridges in the world at the time it was built.

Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

The sunset descends on a new road.

Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

rustic life of hanoi in 1989 through french journalists lens

On the yard of Tay Phuong pagoda in Thach That district, in 1989 belonging to Ha Tay province, now it is merged into Hanoi.

Photo courtesy of Francoise De Mulder/ via Kien Thuc

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