The talented circus performers, Giang Quoc Nghiep, 38, and Giang Quoc Co, 34, have recently released an album titled ‘Vietnamese Circus in Italy – A Stage amidst Everyday Life.’

The album showcases the breathtaking circus performances of the troupe as they embarked on an extraordinary walking tour, captivating audiences on the streets and landmarks of Milan.

This image shows the Giang brothers performing while crossing a street in Milan, Italy. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

This image shows the Giang brothers performing while crossing a street in Milan, Italy. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

They embarked on a magnificent journey through Milan, immersing themselves in the rich history of the city. Their first stop was the awe-inspiring Milan Cathedral, a magnificent architectural masterpiece. From there, they ventured to the revered Piazza Mercanti square, which had stood the test of time for over 1,300 years. Continuing their exploration, they marveled at the majestic Sforzesco Castle, an ancient fortress steeped in history for over 1,500 years. Lastly, they admired the exquisite Arco della Pace, a symbol of peace built during the Napoleonic era over 164 years ago.

In addition to enchanting audiences within the historical walls of the 16th-century Giureconsulti Palace and the vast 38.6-hectare Sempione Park, our talented performers have captivated audiences at numerous other renowned attractions in Milan.

The street-performance tour lasted for a total of six hours, capturing the special attention and interest of enthusiastic locals.

The two acrobats are seen in another performance also at the ancient Giureconsulti building in Milan, Italy, in this image. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

The two acrobats are seen in another performance at the ancient Giureconsulti building in Milan, Italy. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

The Giang brothers have consistently captured performance photo sets at every venue they perform at. These sets not only serve as a means of preserving precious memories and unforgettable moments, but also serve as a powerful tool in promoting the distinctive Vietnamese circus to a global audience.

On Friday, the remarkable acrobatic duo achieved another milestone as they flawlessly executed a head-to-head balancing walk during the prestigious Guinness World Record Show in Milan. Their outstanding performance earned them a coveted place in the Guinness Book of World Records.

After three weeks of thorough preparation, they effortlessly ascended a set of 10 steps, reaching a height of two meters. They seamlessly maneuvered through a crossbar measuring 0.4 meters in width and 10 meters in length. Finally, they gracefully descended the same set of 10 steps to commence their performance.

This image shows the Vietnamese acrobatic duo performing their head-to-head balancing walk outside the ancient Giureconsulti building in Milan, Italy. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

This image shows the Vietnamese acrobatic duo performing their head-to-head balancing walk outside the ancient Giureconsulti building in Milan, Italy. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

At the invitation of Banijay S.p.A Company, they participated in the show over a year after their record-breaking achievement in Spain.

After their recent performance in Milan, the Giang brothers have announced that it will be their final international engagement.

“Each endeavor has its ultimate limitation, prompting us to exercise prudence in knowing when to cease,” Nghiep advised.

The Vietnamese acrobatic duo are performing their head-to-head balancing walk at the Milan Cathedral in Milan, Italy. Photo Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

The Vietnamese acrobatic duo perform their head-to-head balancing walk at the Milan Cathedral in Milan, Italy. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

He elaborated on the concerns expressed by their parents, spouses, children, and friends regarding their safety during their daring stunts, emphasizing the desire for them to refrain from participating in such thrilling exploits.

“We, however, will continue to practice and perform for the public at our own discretion,” stated Co.

This image shows Giang Quoc Co and Giang Quoc Nghiep on Dante, an ancient street leading to the Sforzesco Castle in Milan, Italy. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

This image shows Giang Quoc Co and Giang Quoc Nghiep on Dante, an ancient street leading to the Sforzesco Castle in Milan, Italy. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

Five years ago, Co and Nghiep gained recognition for their thrilling gymnastics performances, earning them a place among the finalists of Britain’s Got Talent 2018.

The Giang brothers have achieved multiple accolades in the field of circus arts, both on a local and international level. Notably, they were awarded the prestigious Grand Prix Award at the 10th International Circus Festival ‘Circuba 2011’ in Havana, Cuba. Additionally, they received three prizes at the 13th International Circus Festival in Italy, including a silver medal and two minor titles presented by esteemed circus groups Monte Carlo Circus and Cirque du Soleil. Furthermore, they were honored with the Silver Lion Award at the 13th International Circus Festival in Hebei Province, China in 2011.

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The Giang brothers, a Vietnamese acrobatic duo, recently created a circus photo album in Milan, Italy. This came after they achieved a remarkable feat of setting a new world record for a head-to-head balancing walk last Friday.

Circus performers Giang Quoc Nghiep, aged 38, and Giang Quoc Co, aged 34, have titled their latest album “Vietnamese Circus in Italy – A Stage amidst Everyday Life.”

The album showcases the incredible circus performances of our recent walking tour in Milan, where we enchantingly performed in various streets and landmarks.

This image shows the Giang brothers performing while crossing a street in Milan, Italy. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

This image shows the Giang brothers performing while crossing a street in Milan, Italy. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

The journey took them from the renowned Milan Cathedral to the historic Piazza Mercanti square, which boasts an impressive 1,300-year legacy. They also explored the remarkable Sforzesco Castle, a medieval fortress that has withstood the test of time for over 1,500 years. Lastly, they marveled at the architectural marvel of the Arco della Pace, a stunning arch that was constructed over 164 years ago during the Napoleonic era.

The band also showcased their talents at various iconic locations in Milan, including the historic Giureconsulti Palace dating back to the 16th century, as well as the expansive Sempione Park spanning over 38.6 hectares.

The street-performance tour lasted for a total of six hours, capturing the enthusiastic attention and interest of the local community.

The two acrobats are seen in another performance also at the ancient Giureconsulti building in Milan, Italy, in this image. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

The two acrobats are seen in another performance at the ancient Giureconsulti building in Milan, Italy. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

The Giang brothers have been capturing stunning photographs at each of their performances, not only to preserve cherished memories and unforgettable experiences, but also to showcase the exceptional Vietnamese circus artistry to audiences worldwide.

On Friday last week, the acrobatic duo achieved another significant accolade as they flawlessly executed a head-to-head balancing walk at the esteemed Guinness World Record Show in Milan. This impressive feat has earned them a well-deserved place in the illustrious Guinness Book of World Records.

After three weeks of thorough preparation, they executed their performance flawlessly. They confidently ascended 10 steps, reaching a height of two meters, and effortlessly maneuvered through a crossbar measuring 0.4 meters in width and 10 meters in length. Following their impressive feat, they safely descended the 10 steps, concluding their gig.

This image shows the Vietnamese acrobatic duo performing their head-to-head balancing walk outside the ancient Giureconsulti building in Milan, Italy. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

This image shows the Vietnamese acrobatic duo performing their head-to-head balancing walk outside the ancient Giureconsulti building in Milan, Italy. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

They participated in the show after being invited by Banijay S.p.A Company, more than a year after they had previously set their own world record in Spain.

After their recent performance in Milan, the Giang brothers have announced that this will be their final international engagement.

“Every endeavor has its limitations, and it is wiser for us to exercise restraint at the appropriate moment,” expressed Nghiep.

The Vietnamese acrobatic duo are performing their head-to-head balancing walk at the Milan Cathedral in Milan, Italy. Photo Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

The Vietnamese acrobatic duo perform their head-to-head balancing walk at the Milan Cathedral in Milan, Italy. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

He elaborated on the concerns of their parents, spouses, children, and friends regarding their safety during their daring stunts. They expressed a desire for them to cease participating in these daring maneuvers, as they have been a source of worry for quite some time.

“However, we will continue to practice and perform for the public as we see fit,” said Co.

This image shows Giang Quoc Co and Giang Quoc Nghiep on Dante, an ancient street leading to the Sforzesco Castle in Milan, Italy. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

This image shows Giang Quoc Co and Giang Quoc Nghiep on Dante, an ancient street leading to the Sforzesco Castle in Milan, Italy. Photo: Hai An / Tuoi Tre

Five years ago, Co and Nghiep gained recognition for their daring gymnastics routines, earning them a place in the finals of Britain’s Got Talent 2018.

The Giang brothers have achieved numerous accolades in their circus career, both locally and internationally. Notably, they were awarded the prestigious Grand Prix Award at the 10th International Circus Festival ‘Circuba 2011’ in Havana, Cuba. Additionally, they garnered three prizes at the 13th International Circus Festival in Italy, which included a silver medal and two minor titles bestowed upon them by esteemed circus groups Monte Carlo Circus and Cirque du Soleil. Furthermore, they were honored with the Silver Lion Award at the 13th International Circus Festival in Hebei Province, China in 2011.

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