President Ho Chi Minh’s stilt house. After Uncle Ho’s passing, the site is open to the public. In 2009, the Prime Minister signed a decree to list the site, considered an open museum of President Ho Chi Minh’s life and career, as a National Special Relic. The 14 ha complex features more than 1,700 artifacts, including President Ho Chi Minh’s stilt house, a kitchen where he had daily meals with Prime Minister Pham Van Dong, as well as a room where the Politburo held meetings and Uncle Ho convalesced and passed away on September 2, 1969. “All the artifacts are preserved with the latest technologies. Regular, periodical, long-term, and short-term preservation plans have been carried out annually,” said Nguyen Thi Xuan, Head of the Relic Conservation Division of the Presidential Palace. President Ho Chi Minh’s stilt house is considered the heart of the relic site which is surrounded by a fish pond, an orchard and flower gardens. The house reflects his simple yet noble lifestyle. “The house is a valuable asset for the entire Vietnamese nation. Over the past half century, the area has always been and will forever be a national relic site of Vietnam where President Ho Chi Minh… Read full this story
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