President Ho Chi Minh's relic site carefully preserved

The pond in the relic site (Photo: VOV)

The relic of President Ho Chi Minh at the Presidential Palace is a particularly important cultural and historical relic of the country. It is currently preserving nearly 2,000 documents and artifacts collected by the staff from many domestic and foreign sources. They are doing quiet but very important work in preserving the legacy of President Ho Chi Minh.

In the relic of President Ho Chi Minh, the house on stilts is one of the places most attached to Uncle Ho. Keeping the house on stilts clean, with artifacts and documents preserved in the same state as when he was alive, the staff of the relic site still clean it every day very early, before the opening time for visitors. In this house alone, more than 200 artifacts associated with Uncle Ho's daily life and work during his years here have been kept.

During his lifetime, President Ho Chi Minh was a man who loved nature very much, so every branch and blade of grass at the relic site is associated with Uncle Ho's life. Currently, officers and employees still maintain the care of his garden and fish pond.

Not only preserving, welcoming and organizing visitors, over the years, hundreds of articles and many books by officials of the relic site about Uncle Ho's lifestyle and thought have been published. These articles have contributed significantly to the dissemination and education of young generations about studying and working according to President Ho Chi Minh's moral example./.


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