Phan Dinh Phung Street in Hanoi has been revived with beautiful mural paintings featuring the beauty of the capital city.
The mural project has been carried out on a section of wall on the street by a group of artists who were former students of Phan Dinh Phung High School on the occasion of marking the 45th school birthday on October 14.
To date, many works have been finished, while some have been still underway.
The pictures from left to right depict Hanoi’s landscape and historical sites from the past to the presence.
One Pillar Pagoda in the past and present
A corner of Dong Xuan Market
Hanoi Old Quarter
Long Bien Bridge
Phan Dinh Phung Street
A flower vendor, the common image on Hanoi streets
The paintings attract the attention of many young people
A foreign visitor
Earlier, under a community art exchange project funded by the Korea Foundation, UN-Habitat, and the Hoan Kiem district People’s Committee, Vietnamese and South Korean artists also conducted a mural project on Phung Hung Street.
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