Hanoi’s streets are aflutter with red flags and bedecked with decorations in the run-up to the 85th anniversary of the foundation of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) today (February 3).
National flags and the Party flag mingle with peach blossoms set out to mark the upcoming Tet holiday on Hanoi streets, and government buildings and public spaces are sporting decorations to mark the foundation of the Party in 1930, with events such as a photographic exhibition and the showcasing of houses associated with the foundation on show to the public.
A big lotus model in front of the State Bank of Vietnam headquarter to celebrate the 85th founding anniversary of the CPV.
The decoration by Hoan Kiem Lake
An exhibition on the 85-year operation of the CPV is being held at No. 45, Trang Tien Street, featuring 100 photos of landmarks of the CPV
Images and logos marking the 85 founding anniversary of the CPV on Hanoi streets
House No. 90 on Tho Nhuom Street is where the first Secretary of the CPV wrote “Thesis on bourgeois revolution of civil rights” in 1930
House No. 5D on Ham Long Street where the first cell of CPV was set up on March 1929
The members of the first CPV cell namely Tran Van Cung, Nguyen Phong Sac, Trinh Dinh Cuu, Ngo Gia Tu, Nguyen Duc Canh and Do Ngoc Du