The relics in Hanoi were painted dirty, grave
Hanoi's flag, also known as Hanoi Gate, is a tower-like building built in the same period as Hanoi under the Nguyen dynasty (started in 1805, completed in 1812). In 1989, the Ministry of Culture and Information recognized the flag as a national monument of culture and history.
However, today, on the walls of this national monument, there are many dirty, dark images around, causing the aesthetic and disruption of the Hanoi flag monument.
The drawings are mostly marked or engraved on the face of the walls around the flagpole.
Stop at the entrance to the wall.
The picture is very aesthetic, affecting the image of the Hanoi flag tower.
Hoa Phong Tower is located on the southern shore of Hoan Kiem Lake, Dinh Tien Hoang Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, the rest of the ancient remains of Bao Pagode, a large temple built in 1842 in Hanoi.
However, Hoa Phong Tower also suffers from dirt, graffiti on the walls and tower arches.
With the use of chalk, brush, the walls of the Hoa Phong tower also embody the word curse.
Many young people think that engraving or drawing names on Hoa Phong Tower for the purpose of preserving memories, but these actions exacerbate face relics rather than protect them from evil. nature or man.