The old Trang Tien street called Rue Paul Bert, is the most luxurious street of Hanoi during the colonial period right next to Hoan Kiem Lake. Over the years, this street has gradually changed its appearance but it still has a subtle nostalgia. Watch and compare Trang Tien Street today with a series of rare documentaries about Rue Paul Bert in the 40s of the last century.
Rue Paul Bert - Henri Rivie (now Trang Tien - Ngo Quyen crossroads), Hanoi in 1940.
Hanoi Opera House is located at the end of Rue Paul Bert street.
Trang Tien crossroads - Ngo Quyen at present.
The junction of Rue Paul Bert - Boissière, now is Trang Tien fork - Nguyen Xi.
The section of Trang Tien junction - Nguyen Xi today has the same angle with the above photo.
French bank - Flower is located at the crossroads of Rue Paul Bert - Henri Rivie.This building is now under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
This building until now architecture still retains quite intact.
Eden Theater on Rue Paul Bert.
The Eden Theater is now an architectural Worker Theater.
The building is opposite the Grands Magasins department store.
This architectural building remains the same today.
A cafe on the old Rue Paul Bert street.
Luxury shops on Trang Tien Street today.
Publisher G. Taupin et Cie at the Rue Paul Bert - Boissière junction.
Publisher G. Taupin et Cie at Paul Bert - Boissiere crossroads, is now the Book Center - Trang Tien Cultural Products Center.
Rue Paul Bert Street near the Opera House.
Trang Tien Street and the Opera House today.
At the beginning of Rue Paul Bert, near the Paul Bert intersection - Francis Garnier.
Head of Paul Bert, near Paul Bert crossroads - Francis Garnier is now the Trang Tien - Dinh Tien Hoang section.
Garage Boillot Building was built in 1900 at No. 3 Street Rue Paul Bert.
This building has now been rebuilt with architecture similar to the old architecture.
Grands Magasins department store at the Rue Paul Bert intersection - Francis Garnier.
Grands Magasins department store at Paul Bert intersection - Francis Garnier was rebuilt to become Trang Tien Plaza Trade Center.