A festival featuring thousands of lotus-shaped lanterns took place at Tran Quoc pagoda on October 9 in Hanoi to celebrate 1010 years of Thang Long-Hanoi and the 66th anniversary of the city’s Liberation Day (October 10).
Thousands of lotus-shaped lanterns lit up Tran Quoc pagoda. Each lantern carries the hope of a brighter future, full of peace and joy.
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