Almond leaves dye Hanoi streets in red

VietNamNet Bridge – Winter on Hanoi’s long streets suddenly become warm when almond trees turns red.

Thousands of almond trees in Hanoi are in the leaf-changing season.

Thousands of almond trees in Hanoi are in the leaf-changing season.

Walking on the streets, people will see red-leaved clusters.

Walking on the streets, people will see red-leaved clusters.

January and February is the leaf-changing time of almond trees.

January and February is the leaf-changing time of almond trees.

A few green boughs among red leaves create beautiful shades of colors.

A few green boughs among red leaves create beautiful shades of colors.

The dark green leaves slowly turn into yellow, then red and fall on sidewalks.

The dark green leaves slowly turn into yellow, then red and fall on sidewalks.

Outside the Hanoi Cathedral.

Outside the Hanoi Cathedral.

Red almond leaves quiver near a window...

Red almond leaves quiver near a window...

And on the roof of old houses.

And on the roof of old houses.

The streets with a lot of almond trees are Ma May, Hang Dieu, Van Mieu, Hang Can, Hang Chuoi, Phung Khac Khoan, Trang Thi, Cua Nam and To Hien Thanh.

The streets with a lot of almond trees are Ma May, Hang Dieu, Van Mieu, Hang Can, Hang Chuoi, Phung Khac Khoan, Trang Thi, Cua Nam and To Hien Thanh.

At an old French-styled villa.

At an old French-styled villa.

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