Hanoi relics educate revolutionary tradition

The house at No. 48 Hang Ngang Street, the place where Uncle Ho wrote the Declaration of Independence giving birth to the Democratic Republic of Vietnam on September 2nd, 1945, the first people’s democratic state in Southeast Asia.

The table where President Ho Chi Minh drafted the Declaration of Independence.

The historic relic 5D Ham Long Street where the first Communist Party organization was established in March 1929.

The exhibits and documents about Vietnam’s first Communist Party organization carefully preserved and introduced

The house at No. 42 Hang Thiec Street where the Hanoi provisional Party Committee was established in March 1930.

The relic of Hoa Lo Prison, one of the largest prisons built by the French colonialists in the late 19th century to cope with Vietnamese people’s struggle movements.

Hoa Lo Prison is proof of the sacrifice and unbeatable spirit of Vietnamese revolutionary soldiers and a statement denouncing the cruel prison system of the French colonial regime during its domination in Vietnam.

The commanding cellar for the 12 days of the glorious struggle against B52 planes in Hanoi sky in 1972

Hundreds of exhibits and documents help the audience revive the fierce days when the US imperialist used its strategic B52 planes to bomb and destroy Hanoi in 1972.

Witnesses who directly followed the US planes’ routes in Hanoi 

The sites help teach the revolutionary tradition for the young generation, and become attractive destinations for domestic and foreign tourists.


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