Vietnam National Flag

On 1939 the present Vietnamese flag was created by one teacher who worked for Vietnam communist party. One year later He was prosecuted to dead by the French colonialist. The has to main colors: Red stand for blood and yellow stand for color of Vietnamese skin. "Red blood and yellow skin are Vietnamese". The stars with five focal points stand for five type of people at that time were: Intellectuals, Farmers, Workers, Business men and Soldiers.
The Vietnamese flag first officially hoisted in the Ba Dinh  Square on the occasion of the foundation of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam in 1945 when President Ho Chi Minh read the Declaration of Independent. ( Former name for Socialist Republic of Vietnam).

Vietnam National Emblem
The national emblem of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam is circular in shape; in the middle of a red background is a five-pointed golden star framed by rice ears below which is half a cogwheel and the inscription: Socialist Republic of Vietnam.

Vietnam National Anthem
Tiến Quân Ca" in English means: "Army March" is the national anthem of Vietnam. It was written and composed by Văn Cao (1923-1995) in 1944, and was adopted as the national anthem of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam in 1945. It became the national anthem of the unified Socialist Republic of Vietnam in 1976. Although written with 2 verses, only the first one is used as the official anthem

Vietnam Capital
Hanoi, Vietnam and one of the most visited of the Vietnam popular destinations, is the beautiful capital city of Vietnam, sprawling in the banks of the Red River with French colonial heritage. Hanoi, the capital city is rich in culture as well as having a long history. Hanoi now has a population of 3.7 million which is constantly growing...

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