Hà Nội will be likely to replace more than 4,000 nacre trees in the city as an effort of preventing them from falling down, threatening the safety of people in this stormy season.
All trees on Kim Mã Street in Hà Nội, relocated last month to make space for the metro’s Nhổn-Hà Nội railway station line, have survived and begun to grow.
Workers started moving mahogany trees on Hà Nội’s Kim Mã Street last night to make way for a metro line of the Nhổn-Hà Nội Railway Station.
A number of beautiful old trees in the capital city are in the way of where a railway line is planned to be built.
They are in Kim Mã Street.
They will need to be moved, or cut down, for the railway line to be built.
To make way for the metro line Nhổn – Hà Nội Railway Station, 109 trees, 24 of which are ancient trees on Kim Mã Street (Hà Nội), will either be relocated or cut down.