Different addresses in Hanoi imprinted with Uncle Ho’s image

President Ho Chi Minh relic area at the Presidential Palace, where President Ho Chi Minh lived and worked for the last 15 years of his life (1954 - 1969).

House No. 48 Hang Ngang Street (Hoan Kiem district), where Uncle Ho wrote the Declaration of Independence. President Ho Chi Minh lived and worked at this house from August 25th to early September 1945.

In a room on the 2nd floor of this house, President Ho Chi Minh wrote the Declaration of Independence which was read at Ba Dinh Square, Hanoi, on September 2nd, 1945, giving birth to the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.

The house in No. 48 Hang Ngang Street was recognized by the Ministry of Culture and Information as a cultural historical relic in 1979.

K9 relic area in Ba Vi district where President Ho Chi Minh and the central level worked during the war.

K9 relic area, about 70km from the center of Hanoi, has become a "red address" for many agencies, collectives and individuals to learn and follow President Ho Chi Minh's example.

 Uncle Ho's memorial house in Van Phuc village where Uncle Ho wrote "A call for national resistance war".

President Ho Chi Minh came to live and work at the house of Mr. Nguyen Van Duong, from December 3rd to December 19th, 1946.

 At this house, he and the leaders of the Party and the Government addressed important revolutionary tasks. 

  For the past nearly 70 years, the room where Uncle Ho wrote “A call for national resistance war'' is preserved and well protected.

The house of Nguyen Thi An's family (Phu Thuong ward, Tay Ho district) is the place where President Ho Chi Minh stopped on his journey from the Viet Bac battlefield back to Hanoi from August 23rd, 1945, to prepare for reading the Declaration of Independence giving birth to the Democratic Republic of Vietnam on September 2nd, 1945.

It used to be the place nurturing and protecting many senior Party officials, such as Truong Chinh, Hoang Van Thu, Le Duc Tho, Hoang Tung and Bach Thanh Phong.

 This place has become a destination of thousands of visitors every year.

 Uncle Ho's memorial room of Mr. Nguyen Van Cao (Dai Yen commune, Chuong My district).

 With special affection and endless love for President Ho Chi Minh, Mr. Tran Van Cao, 83 years old, spent a lot of time, effort and dedication to build a special memorial room for Uncle Ho in his own house.

 Mr. Nguyen Van Cao has spent nearly VND12 million from his inconsiderable savings to make photo frames and decorate the rooms. Along with hundreds of valuable photographs of President Ho Chi Minh, there is a special book that he wrote, printed and preserved as a treasure. It is a book of 1,456 lines of poetry written by himself over nearly 10 years on Uncle Ho's revolutionary activities.


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