Sunflowers in colorful bloom at Thăng Long Imperial Citadel

This is the second time sunflowers have been planted inside Thăng Long Imperial Citadel World Heritage Site. These colorful flowers, which are full of vitality, always turn towards the sun and as such add to the magnificent look of Thăng Long Imperial Citadel.

 After months of cultivation and nurture, the sunflowers have begun to bloom under sunlight on the first days of spring, creating a unique sight at the heart of Hanoi, the capital city of millenial culture.


A rare sight of a beautiful flower garden in the heart of Hà Nội.


Young people joyfully taking selfies with sunflowers.


Visitors missing no opportunities to ‘check in’ with sunflowers.


Kids looking even more cute by the sunflower garden.


Flanking the South Gate (Đoan Môn), the two flower gardens cover a combined area of about 2000 m2, creating a splendid and extremely beautiful space within the Thăng Long Imperial Citadel.


This is a propitious time for women to cut a charming figure in celebration of the International Women’s Day of March 8th.


Mother and daughter ‘checking in’ together.


 Other ‘check-in’ places are also very beautiful in the space of the new spring at Thăng Long Imperial Citadel.


The colorful pinwheel garden appeals strongly to the kids.


 Many folk games, set up since ‘Tết’ – the Year of the Pig, continue to attract kids at weekends.

 Thăng Long – Hà Nội Heritage Conservation Centre

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