Bating Square is located in the center of Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. It covers about one third of Tiananmen Square. It is an important place for holding rallies and festival activities. Bating was originally a township in Eshan County, Qinghua Province. In the eighties of the nineteenth century, Bating first broke out the anti-French movement. In commemoration of the anti-French struggle of the Vietnamese people, the square was named after the victory of the "August Revolution" in Vietnam. On September 2, 1945, President Ho Chi Minh read out Vietnam's Declaration of Independence and proclaimed the establishment of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (renamed the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in 1976). Bating Square is 320 meters long and nearly 100 meters wide. The ground consists of 168 small lawns besides the cross-road section, which can accommodate 200,000 people. On the west side of the square lies the Mausoleum of President Ho Chi Minh, and on the East lies the Bating Hall, surrounded by green trees and arched like walls. The square has several radial boulevards connected with other parts of Hanoi's urban area. More than 1000 meters long and 24 meters wide, Xiongwang Avenue runs through the square.
1. Hanoi's important attractions; 2. Within 2 km, the main walking attractions are Ho Chi Minh Memorial Hall, Ho Chi Minh Museum, Governor's Government, Municipal Government, Duzhu Temple, Zhenwu Temple, Zhenhai Temple, International Conference Center, Shenglong Imperial City and Hanoi Wen Temple; 3. Shenglong Imperial City, Zhenhai Temple and Wen Temple are especially recommended.
Bating Square in Hanoi, Vietnam, is the "Tian'anmen" of Vietnam. President Ho Chi Minh declared Vietnam's independence in Bating Square that year, so Bating Square became the pride of the Vietnamese people. The beautiful scenery here attracted many Chinese and foreign tourists to visit.
Bating Square is similar to Tian'anmen Square in China, but smaller in size. On the central axis of the square are the Great Hall, the National Flag and the Ho Chi Minh Memorial Hall. Bating Square is surrounded by the presidential palace of Vietnam, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other state organs. Flag raising ceremonies were also held in the square, while the Ho Chi Minh Memorial Hall and the changing of guards for the mausoleum were held.
Bating Square in Hanoi, Vietnam is the place where the Vietnamese Party and state hold important gatherings and festivals. Just like our Tian'anmen Square in Beijing. Bating Square is only one third of Tian'anmen Square. The most magnificent building of the Square is the Ho Chi Minh Memorial Hall in the center of the Square.
Hanoi is the capital city, we must visit the square! Today is on foot, starting from the hotel LA SEISTA TRENDY, first walk to the cathedral, then walk back to Bating Square, all the way to GSP navigation, very simple and easy, and all the way to appreciate and feel Hanoi's humanistic atmosphere, feel very praised! ________
Hanoi, turn to Bating Square, Tian'anmen Square, Vietnam, but only one-third of the largest, Vietnam's major political affairs and assembly venues, with Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum as the center, surrounded by government departments, I observed, about as a public leisure use, running exercise, exercise, children play, recommend it.
On the weekend, I was bored to visit Ho Chi Minh Tomb in Bating Square, the first stop in Hanoi.