Dong Da hillock is an evidence of Vietnam's fighting spirit against China invaders. A delegation from the Hanoi Party Committee led by Vuong Dinh Hue, Politburo member, Party Committee Secretary, offered flowers and incense on Dong Da Hill on the morning of February 16, 2021 to celebrate the 232nd anniversary of the victory of Ngoc Hoi – Dong Da (1789-2021) against the Chinese Qing invaders. Amid the complicated evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic in the city, the Hanoi authority decided to cancel the Dong Da festival, which is usually organized on the fifth day of Tet. The incense offering ceremony was carried out in accordance with the norms of prevention and control of the Covid-19 pandemic. Immortal battle in the history Dong Da hillock is a historical relic located on Tay Son street of Quang Trung ward in Dong Da district, northeast Hanoi's centre. Over 230 years ago, in 1789, Dong Da hillock and surrounding areas were the scene of a bloody battlefield where Tay Son troops, under the command of the national hero Quang Trung defeated over 200,000 Chinese Qing invaders in the evening of January 4th and the early morning of January 5th (in the lunar calendar) to… Read full this story
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