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Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

On September 2, 1969, Ho Chi Minh – “Uncle Ho” – the great leader of the Vietnamese nation died when the war of reunification of the country was in the most fierce period, leaving immense grief for the whole Vietnamese nation. The protection of his body during the war was also a very arduous journey of the Vietnamese army and people at that time.

Wishing to honor President Ho Chi Minh’s great contributions to Vietnam as well as creat Uncle Ho’s witness to the North-South Independence and Reunification Day, in 1973, the Vietnamese government and people began built Mausoleum and decided this would be his last resting place. Every day, thousands of descendants come here to visit “Uncle Ho”, sending him the freshest flowers to say thank you. “Uncle” has gone away but still lives in the hearts of Vietnamese people and is a pride and respect forever.

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