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Hanoi is the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and is also the capital of most former Vietnamese dynasties. Therefore, Hanoi's history is associated with the ups and downs of Vietnamese history over time. [5] Hanoi is the largest city in Vietnam with an area of ​​3328.9 km2 after an administrative expansion in 2008, [6] which is also the second largest in the population with 7,500,000 people (2015). .[2] Currently, the capital Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are special cities of Vietnam.
 
Hanoi is located between [7] the rich Red River Delta, which soon became a political, economic and cultural center right from the early days of Vietnamese history. In 1010, Ly Cong Uan, the first king of the Ly Dynasty, decided to build a new capital in this land under the name Thang Long. During the period of the Ly, Tran, Le, and Mac dynasties, Thang Long Citadel was the cultural, educational and trading center of the whole country. When the Tay Son then Nguyen came to reign, the capital was transferred to Hue and Thang Long began to take its name from 1831, under King Minh Mang.
 
In 1902, Hanoi became the capital of the Indochina Federation and was built and re-planned by the French, dubbed the "Little Paris of the East" at that time. Over the two wars, Hanoi is the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and holds this role to this day.
 
After the administrative boundary expansion in August 2008, Hanoi now consists of 12 districts, 1 town and 17 suburban districts. Currently, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are two particularly important socio-economic centers of Vietnam.