Lý Thái Tổ Monument is a monument situated in Hanoi, Vietnam. The monument consists of a bronze sculpture of Emperor Ly Thai To, founder of the Ly dynasty of Vietnam. It was unveiled in October 2004 after a competition was held to design the monument. The sculpture stands on top of a pedestal and is 10 metres in height. The right hand of the Ly Thai To sculpture holds the Chieu Doi Do or the order of the relocation of the capital city to Thang Long, and the left-hand points to the location where the construction of it began. The statue was erected to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the liberation of Hanoi.
The statue is located in a small park in Hanoi. The local 8 and 9 bus services stop close by.
Opening Times and Admission
The monument is situated in a public space. You can visit the monument for free at any hour of any day.