Exhibition highlights Uncle Ho’s life at Presidential Palace

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Exhibition highlights Uncle Ho’s life at Presidential Palace

 

An exhibition on President Ho Chi Minh’s daily life and work from 1954-1969 at the President Palace is underway in Hanoi from December 19-January 5. 

 

Hundreds of photos and objects are displayed focusing on two main topics: the life of the President and

conservation work of the Ho Chi Minh relic site, which covers the stilt house where the President lived during the last years of his life and the Ho Chi Minh Museum. 

Many valuable photos show the President in meetings with foreign guests and talks with outstanding soldiers and workers. Some captured moments when he lovingly talked to and played games with children. 

Numerous drafts of documents he wrote are also on show, including remarks at the June 13, 1955 conference on promoting production and reducing hunger, his appeal to the country to resist against the US invaders dated July 17, 1966, and his testament. 

The 45 years of maintaining and developing the relic site are reflected in documentary images and documents, after it was established in 1969 following the President’s death. 

The relic site has served nearly 60 million visitors who come to study about the first President of Vietnam’s life, career, and revolutionary ideology.

Source: VNA
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