Phung Hung mural street features a beautifully ancient Hanoi
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Phung Hung Street’s public art is exchange project cooperating between Vietnamese and Korean artists with the support of the Korea International Exchange Foundation.
The mural street was completed and officially opened from February 2018. Since then, this street that becomes not just one of the favorite photo place also a recreation space where heritages of Hanoi are preserved. The locals and visitors could come here and learn more about Hanoi’s culture.
Those paintings feature old Hanoi memories which are the Trang Tien Department Store, Hang Ma street during the Mid-Autumn festival, a street corner in the Old Quarter with street vendors are displayed through drawings, photography, 3D paintings, carving.