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50 hình ảnh Hà Nội năm 2014 rất giống New York năm 1914

50 Photos That Show Hanoi In 2014 Is Remarkably Similar To New York In 1914



New York Had Messy Powerlines


New York Had Messy Powerlines

Hanoi Has Messy Powerlines

Hanoi Has Messy Powerlines

New York Had Shoeshine Boys

New York Had Shoeshine Boys

Hanoi Has Shoeshine Boys

Hanoi Has Shoeshine Boys

New York Had Old Men Smoking Pipes on the Street

New York Had Old Men Smoking Pipes on the Street

Hanoi Has Old Men Smoking Pipes on the Street

Hanoi Has Old Men Smoking Pipes on the Street

This man is smoking Thuoc Lao, a Vietnamese grown tobacco, out of a traditional water pipe.

New York Had Flower Markets

New York Had Flower Markets

Hanoi Has Flower Markets

Hanoi Has Flower Markets

New York Had Street Sweepers

New York Had Street Sweepers

Hanoi Has Street Sweepers

Hanoi Has Street Sweepers

New York Had Bread Vendors

New York Had Bread Vendors

Hanoi Has Bread Vendors

Hanoi Has Bread Vendors

New York Had Sweatshops

New York Had Sweatshops

Hanoi Has Sweatshops

Hanoi Has Sweatshops

New York Kids Liked to Jump Rope

New York Kids Liked to Jump Rope

Hanoi Kids Like to Jump Rope

Hanoi Kids Like to Jump Rope

New York Had Clotheslines

New York Had Clotheslines

Hanoi Has Clotheslines

Hanoi Has Clotheslines

Dryers don’t exist in Hanoi

New York Streets Were Patriotic

New York Streets Were Patriotic

Taken in Chinatown. Despite rampant racism, these Chinese Americans still loved their new country.

Hanoi Streets are Patriotic

Hanoi Streets are Patriotic

New York Had Homeless Kids

New York Had Homeless Kids

Hanoi Has Homeless Kids

Hanoi Has Homeless Kids

Fortunately these boys are being helped by a great charity called Blue Dragon

New York Had Traffic Jams

New York Had Traffic Jams

Hanoi Has Traffic Jams

Hanoi Has Traffic Jams

This is actually pretty tame

New York Had Questionably Safe Schoolyards

New York Had Questionably Safe Schoolyards

Hanoi Has Questionably Safe Schoolyards

Hanoi Has Questionably Safe Schoolyards

New York Was Building Skyscrapers

New York Was Building Skyscrapers

Hanoi is Buliding Skyscrapers

Hanoi is Buliding Skyscrapers

The now completed Keangnam Building

New York Had Crowded Swimming Pools

New York Had Crowded Swimming Pools

Hanoi Has Crowded Swimming Pools

Hanoi Has Crowded Swimming Pools

New York Had Bustling Streets

New York Had Bustling Streets

Hanoi Has Bustling Streets

Hanoi Has Bustling Streets

New York Had a Bridge in a Park in the Middle of the City

New York Had a Bridge in a Park in the Middle of the City

Still does I suppose

Hanoi Has a Bridge in a Park in the Middle of the City

Hanoi Has a Bridge in a Park in the Middle of the City

This is the Huc bridge in Hoan Kiem Lake. It is in a much smaller, but still centrally located, park in Hanoi.

New Yorkers Enjoyed Lemonade

New Yorkers Enjoyed Lemonade

Hanoians Enjoy Lemonade

Hanoians Enjoy Lemonade

This is actually Tra Chanh an “Arnold Palmer” like concoction of sweetened green tea and lime juice

New Yorkers Liked Waving Flags on Bikes

New Yorkers Liked Waving Flags on Bikes

A Fourth of July Celebration

Hanoians Like Waving Flags on Bikes

Hanoians Like Waving Flags on Bikes

Hanoians Celebrating a Soccer Victory Near Hoan Kiem Lake

New York Had Crowded Classrooms

New York Had Crowded Classrooms

Hanoi Has Crowded Classrooms

Hanoi Has Crowded Classrooms

New York Had Football Teams

New York Had Football Teams

Hanoi Has Football Teams

Hanoi Has Football Teams

New York Had Old Men Playing Chess in the Park

New York Had Old Men Playing Chess in the Park

Hanoi Has Old Men Playing (Chinese) Chess in the Park

Hanoi Has Old Men Playing (Chinese) Chess in the Park

New York Had Indoor Markets

New York Had Indoor Markets

Hanoi Has Indoor Markets

Hanoi Has Indoor Markets

New York Had Hot Dog Stands

New York Had Hot Dog Stands

Hanoi Has “Hot Dog” Stands

Hanoi Has "Hot Dog" Stands

That is what you think it is.

New Yorkers Loved New Years

New Yorkers Loved New Years

The first Ball Drop in Times Square, 1907

Hanoians Love Tet (Lunar New Year)

Hanoians Love Tet (Lunar New Year)

My Wife and I enjoying Tet fireworks in Hanoi. Chuc Mung Nam Moi!

Driving In New York Was Crazy

Driving In Hanoi is Crazy

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Ha Noi hon han New York/ hon la hinh mau, dep, chup (2014)! Boi dzay Vietnam hon My la o cho do!!! Ha noi la chiec "noi hong Lich su" tu thoi 1954 co ma!!! My no thay vay no cho la dep. Nguoi VN nghi sao?

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50 hình ảnh Hà Nội năm 2014 rất giống New York năm 1914

50 Photos That Show Hanoi In 2014 Is Remarkably Similar To New York In 1914



New York Had Messy Powerlines


New York Had Messy Powerlines

Hanoi Has Messy Powerlines

Hanoi Has Messy Powerlines

New York Had Shoeshine Boys

New York Had Shoeshine Boys

Hanoi Has Shoeshine Boys

Hanoi Has Shoeshine Boys

New York Had Old Men Smoking Pipes on the Street

New York Had Old Men Smoking Pipes on the Street

Hanoi Has Old Men Smoking Pipes on the Street

Hanoi Has Old Men Smoking Pipes on the Street

This man is smoking Thuoc Lao, a Vietnamese grown tobacco, out of a traditional water pipe.

New York Had Flower Markets

New York Had Flower Markets

Hanoi Has Flower Markets

Hanoi Has Flower Markets

New York Had Street Sweepers

New York Had Street Sweepers

Hanoi Has Street Sweepers

Hanoi Has Street Sweepers

New York Had Bread Vendors

New York Had Bread Vendors

Hanoi Has Bread Vendors

Hanoi Has Bread Vendors

New York Had Sweatshops

New York Had Sweatshops

Hanoi Has Sweatshops

Hanoi Has Sweatshops

New York Kids Liked to Jump Rope

New York Kids Liked to Jump Rope

Hanoi Kids Like to Jump Rope

Hanoi Kids Like to Jump Rope

New York Had Clotheslines

New York Had Clotheslines

Hanoi Has Clotheslines

Hanoi Has Clotheslines

Dryers don’t exist in Hanoi

New York Streets Were Patriotic

New York Streets Were Patriotic

Taken in Chinatown. Despite rampant racism, these Chinese Americans still loved their new country.

Hanoi Streets are Patriotic

Hanoi Streets are Patriotic

New York Had Homeless Kids

New York Had Homeless Kids

Hanoi Has Homeless Kids

Hanoi Has Homeless Kids

Fortunately these boys are being helped by a great charity called Blue Dragon

New York Had Traffic Jams

New York Had Traffic Jams

Hanoi Has Traffic Jams

Hanoi Has Traffic Jams

This is actually pretty tame

New York Had Questionably Safe Schoolyards

New York Had Questionably Safe Schoolyards

Hanoi Has Questionably Safe Schoolyards

Hanoi Has Questionably Safe Schoolyards

New York Was Building Skyscrapers

New York Was Building Skyscrapers

Hanoi is Buliding Skyscrapers

Hanoi is Buliding Skyscrapers

The now completed Keangnam Building

New York Had Crowded Swimming Pools

New York Had Crowded Swimming Pools

Hanoi Has Crowded Swimming Pools

Hanoi Has Crowded Swimming Pools

New York Had Bustling Streets

New York Had Bustling Streets

Hanoi Has Bustling Streets

Hanoi Has Bustling Streets

New York Had a Bridge in a Park in the Middle of the City

New York Had a Bridge in a Park in the Middle of the City

Still does I suppose

Hanoi Has a Bridge in a Park in the Middle of the City

Hanoi Has a Bridge in a Park in the Middle of the City

This is the Huc bridge in Hoan Kiem Lake. It is in a much smaller, but still centrally located, park in Hanoi.

New Yorkers Enjoyed Lemonade

New Yorkers Enjoyed Lemonade

Hanoians Enjoy Lemonade

Hanoians Enjoy Lemonade

This is actually Tra Chanh an “Arnold Palmer” like concoction of sweetened green tea and lime juice

New Yorkers Liked Waving Flags on Bikes

New Yorkers Liked Waving Flags on Bikes

A Fourth of July Celebration

Hanoians Like Waving Flags on Bikes

Hanoians Like Waving Flags on Bikes

Hanoians Celebrating a Soccer Victory Near Hoan Kiem Lake

New York Had Crowded Classrooms

New York Had Crowded Classrooms

Hanoi Has Crowded Classrooms

Hanoi Has Crowded Classrooms

New York Had Football Teams

New York Had Football Teams

Hanoi Has Football Teams

Hanoi Has Football Teams

New York Had Old Men Playing Chess in the Park

New York Had Old Men Playing Chess in the Park

Hanoi Has Old Men Playing (Chinese) Chess in the Park

Hanoi Has Old Men Playing (Chinese) Chess in the Park

New York Had Indoor Markets

New York Had Indoor Markets

Hanoi Has Indoor Markets

Hanoi Has Indoor Markets

New York Had Hot Dog Stands

New York Had Hot Dog Stands

Hanoi Has “Hot Dog” Stands

Hanoi Has "Hot Dog" Stands

That is what you think it is.

New Yorkers Loved New Years

New Yorkers Loved New Years

The first Ball Drop in Times Square, 1907

Hanoians Love Tet (Lunar New Year)

Hanoians Love Tet (Lunar New Year)

My Wife and I enjoying Tet fireworks in Hanoi. Chuc Mung Nam Moi!

Driving In New York Was Crazy

Driving In Hanoi is Crazy

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