Vinh Phuc hosts exhibition about 60 years of following Uncle Ho

Visitors at the exhibition. (Photo: VNA)

Deputy Director of the Vinh Phuc Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism Tran Thi Minh Loi said that the exhibition displayed more than 400 typical documents and artifacts with profound and selected content from the Ho Chi Minh City Museum and Vinh Phuc provincial Museum.

They were decorated and arranged scientifically and aesthetically; clearly illustrating the life and career of President Ho Chi Minh since he left the country to find a way to save it, and founded the Party to lead the people to fight for national independence and reunification.

The exhibition also shows Uncle Ho’s deep affection and deep concern for the Party Committee and people of Vinh Phuc through visits, and the affection of Vinh Phuc people for him; helping the public understand more deeply about the life and career of President Ho Chi Minh - a shining example of patriotism and pure revolutionary morality.

From 1945 to 1963, Uncle Ho visited Vinh Phuc 8 times, encouraging and directing the work of the province. In addition to the direct visits, he repeatedly sent letters to praise the locality whenever it made excellent achievements in production and combat.

The exhibition runs until March 10 and opens free of charge to visitors./.


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