A short history lesson
As already mentioned, Vietnam is steeped in history, making their culture unique and meaningful, as you will see in Vietnam posters. The first dynasty that many consider to be the start of the Vietnamese state was the Hong Bang Dynasty which was ruled by the legendary Hung kings. In 111 BC, the Han Dynasty from China absorbed Vietnam into their empire where it would remain for over 1000 years! Ngo Quyen defeated the Chinese in 938 AD and gained independence for Vietnam. In 1858 the French came to Vietnam and incorporated them into French Indochina by 1893. France continued to rule until it was defeated by communist forces led by Ho Chi Minh in 1954. This city is also heavily featured in Vietnam posters by Photowall. What followed was the division of the country into two factions, which led to the Vietnam War, a sad chapter in global history. This makes Vietnam posters gain more meaning, showing us the beauty that persevered through the Vietnamese people.
Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam posters
The largest city in Vietnam and home to about eight million people, many will say that Ho Chi Minh is complete mayhem, yet organized, making it perfect for those who enjoy big urban cities. It is a city that never sleeps, with shops open 24 hours and very international with a large expat community. The many influences that have steered this metropolis to what it is today can be seen in some Vietnam posters. Located just to the north of District 1, Landmark 81 is the tallest structure in Vietnam. Perhaps you can spot it in the set of Vietnam posters entitled "Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam Skyline". The varying hues and tones can assist you in matching, or contrasting, it with your existing interior design or colour schemes. Vietnam posters featuring the city of Ho Chi Minh are guaranteed to generate maximum visual weight.
Taking a breather
Vietnam posters is not all hustle and bustle though, as you will see in the following examples. "Cothach Coast" depicts an area that is about 300 kilometers away from Ho Chi Minh City. It is not only famous for its spirituality in the form of the ancient Hang Pagoda, but also for Co Thach beach which possesses beautiful nature scenery and big rocks with very unique shapes. Locals call it the seven-colour beach, the most attractive point of Co Thach and one of the most unique landscapes of Vietnam posters. "Bacha Valley" is another gorgeous example of what Vietnam posters can offer in terms of bringing a touch of nature into your home, office or hangout.