Newly Unveiled Mural Features Sydney Opera House and Hanoi’s One Pillar Pagoda

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Vietnam-Australia relations, a mural depicting iconic architectural works from both countries has been unveiled in Hanoi as part of the celebrations.

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The Vietnamese-Australian Architectural Imprints mural was officially inaugurated at Hanoi College of Commerce and Tourism as part of the Vietnam-Australia Friendship Food and Culture Festival 2023, an event that celebrates the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Australia and Vietnam. This vibrant mural showcases the unique imprints that architectural styles have left on both countries, providing an exciting visual experience to all who see it. The vibrant colors and intricate details of the mural make it a striking addition to the college, and it is sure to be appreciated by all who visit. The festival also includes food and cultural activities, allowing visitors to experience the best of both countries. This is a great opportunity to celebrate the longstanding friendship between Australia and Vietnam, and to honor the ties that have been built over the past 50 years.

 Painter Thu Thuy gave the final touch to the mural. Photo courtesy of the artist

Artist Nguyen Thu Thuy, author of the Hanoi Ceramic Road, used a modern graphic style to depict the iconic architectural works of Vietnam and Australia on the 2.6m x 7.2m mural. The mural, which is located in the heart of Hanoi, was created by Thuy to commemorate the strong relationship between the two countries. The vibrant colors and intricate details of the mural capture the essence of both countries’ architectures and cultures. Thuy’s use of a modern graphic style offers viewers a unique insight into the beauty of both countries. The mural serves as a reminder of the close ties between Vietnam and Australia, and is a testament to the strength of the relationship between the two countries.

It is a symbol of the vibrant culture and the emerging energy in Sydney. The vibrant colors used in the mural are symbolic of the diversity of cultures and lifestyles found in the city. The bold lines represent the energy and vibrancy of the city and the people who call it home. The Sydney Opera House is a majestic structure, located in the heart of the city, and is a must-see for anyone visiting the city. It is a world-famous landmark and a symbol of Australia’s rich cultural heritage. Its iconic architecture has inspired many and has been featured in countless books, movies, and television shows. The Sydney Opera House is a source of pride for Sydney and all of Australia, and it is a must-see destination for anyone visiting the city.

The Sydney Opera House is at the center of a magnificent mural that is awash in fresh colors and bold lines. It is a symbol of the city’s vibrant culture and its ever-growing energy. The vivid colors used to paint the mural are indicative of the city’s incredible diversity, while the striking lines illustrate the energy and vibrancy of the people who call it home. The Sydney Opera House is an iconic structure located in the heart of the city. It is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Sydney, as it is a world-renowned landmark that embodies Australia’s rich cultural heritage. Its iconic architecture has become renowned worldwide, having been featured in countless books, movies, and television shows. The Sydney Opera House is a source of pride for Sydney and all of Australia, and it is a must-see for anyone visiting the city.

Next to the Sydney Opera House, the mural depicts the Hanoi Opera House. Modeled after the Opera Garnier in Paris but smaller in size and built with materials more suited to the climate of northern Vietnam, it was begun by the French in 1901 and completed in 1911. Designed by Harlay and Broyer, the Opera House is characterized by a bold French neoclassical style.

In addition to the iconic Hanoi Opera House, artist Thu Thuy also showcases the One Pillar Pagoda, the renowned Huc Bridge, and St. Joseph’s Cathedral—the epitome of Hanoi’s architectural masterpieces.

Amidst the modern skyscrapers adorned with vivid colors, the artist displays architectural works in a decorative graphic style with vibrant hues.

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 Painter Thu Thuy (fifth from the left) and Australian Ambassador to Vietnam Andrew Goledzinowski (second from right) at the painting exhibition. Photo courtesy of the artist

The Australian Ambassador to Vietnam, Andrew Goledzinowski, has highly commended the mural for its profound significance.

On this special occasion, the Hanoi College of Commerce and Tourism hosted an art exhibition featuring works from both Vietnamese and Australian artists. It was an exciting opportunity for both countries to come together and celebrate their unique cultural styles and perspectives. Attendees were treated to an array of artworks ranging from traditional to modern, with each piece offering something new and unique. The exhibition provided an enriching experience for everyone involved and allowed the two countries to come together in a spirit of openness and understanding.