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Ho Chi Minh Museum

Ho Chi Minh Museum was officially opened in 1990, to commemorate President Ho Chi Minh’s 100th birthday. The museum was built in the shape of a lotus flower, considered the national flower of Vietnam and also associated with the name of the village of President Ho Chi Minh in Nghe An: Kim Lien, it’s mean is the golden lotus.

The museum has 3 floors and is about 20 meters high. More than 2000 documents, miniatures and exhibits about President Ho Chi Minh’s extraordinary life are stored and displayed here. Along with that is the historical evidence of two Vietnamese heroic wars in the 20th century.

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