My friend in the hotel said that he would pick me up at seven o'clock for dinner, so I could see that I had already gone out for a walk by myself. I know a museum! Looking all the way, it feels that their life rhythm is not very fast (the speeding motorcycle army is not counted) and the ancient trees and balls on the streets are very impressive, which China can not match!
Hanoi Opera House is a large Theatre building located in Hanoi, Vietnam. It was built in the early 20th century and is a typical French colonial architectural monument. The Grand Theatre is designed with a combination of Roman architecture, French architecture, especially French castles and Paris Opera House.
Because Vietnam has the experience of French colonization, many of Hanoi's distinctive buildings are basically exotic, and Hanoi Opera House is no exception. Its design incorporates Roman and French architectural aesthetics and is a typical classical architectural style. Since it is not free to the public, it is only possible to buy tickets to watch the performance in the evening in order to have an inside view. The two sides of the opera house seem to be restaurants and hotels. It seems that the level of consumption is not low.
Hanoi Opera House is a typical French architecture. Because Vietnam has been colonized by France for a long time, it has left many beautiful French architecture. The outside of the Opera House is Baroque style, and the inside is also exquisite. There is time to listen to the opera.
The Hanoi Opera House is very close to the Hilton Hotel and is full of acrobatics. Built by the French in 1902, this elegant neoclassical theatre originally provided French opera for the French, but now provides operas by Vietnamese composers and other works including the National Ballet.
Hanoi Opera House is a typical French architecture, beautiful appearance, very new, must go to see!