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Hoa Lo Prison is located on the street of the same name. The French colonialists used Hoa Lo to imprison many patriost and communist prisoners. After peace was established (1954), this site was used by the Vietnamese government as a jail for criminal prisoners.

Hoa Lo Prison Museum

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Hoa Lo Prison Museum

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Hoa Lo Prison Museum

Hoa Lo Prison is located on the street of the same name. The French colonialists used Hoa Lo to imprison many patriost and communist prisoners. After peace was established (1954), this site was used by the Vietnamese government as a jail for criminal prisoners.

It was also a place to keep American Pilots during the anti US war in the North. The museum is open daily, except Monday, from 8am to 11:30am and 1:30pm to 4:30pm.

The History Military Museum

This History Military Museum, 10, 000m2 in area, was founded on December 22, 1958 at 28A Dien Bien Phu Street (Ha Noi). The content of the museum covers 6 periods.

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The History Military Museum

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The History Military Museum

The History Military Museum is the concen-trated embodiment of the spirit of the Vietnamese people “Nothing is more Precious than independence and freedom”.

Ho Chi Minh Museum

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Ho Chi Minh Museum

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Ho Chi Minh Museum

This museum is located near Ho Chi Minhs Mausoleum. Is was complete on 19 May 1990 for the anniversary of President Ho Chi Minhs birthday. The museum is a four-story building covering a total area of 10,000m2 and designed in the shape of a lotus flower as a symbol of President Hos noble charater.

The main showroom displays 117,274 documents, articles, pictures and exhibits illustrating the historical events that occurred in the rest of the world since the end of the 19th century.

Memorial House at 48 Hang Ngang

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Memorial House at 48 Hang Ngang

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Memorial House at 48 Hang Ngang

Hang Ngang St. Is in the ole quater of Ha Noi. At 48 Hang Ngang, in a small upstairs room, President Ho Chi Minh drafted the Declaration of Independence founding the Decormatic Republic of Viet Nam.

On 25th August 1945, after returning from Tan Trao, President Ho Chi Minh stayed here and chose this house to be one of his meeting places. He used the living room to receive the representatives of domestic public bodied, overseas Vietnamese and foreign visitors, showrooms, containing more than thousands of historical exhibits. The museum introduces Viet Nam – the land and the people from the middle 20th century up to now.

Viet Nam Fine Arst Museum

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Viet Nam Fine Arst Museum

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Viet Nam Fine Arst Museum

In June 1966, house No 66 on Nguyen Thai Hoc Street in Ba Dinh District, Ha Noi, was transformed  into the Viet Nam Fine Arst Museum. Two storey buildings are displayed the art works.

Viet Nam Fine Arst Museum is a lively historical tresure depicting the origins and evolution of Vietnamese fine arts. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 8am to 11:30am and 1:30pm to 4:30pm.

Vietnam Museum of Ethnologry

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Vietnam Museum of Ethnologry

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Vietnam Museum of Ethnologry

Located on Nguyen Van Huyen Road in Cau Giay District, west of Ha Noi, the Viet Nam Museum of Ethnologry opened at the end of 1997, since then, it has attracted the attention of visitors as wel as athnographers and researchers from  all over the world.

It containd more than 10,000 objects, 15,000 black and white phtos and hundreds of video tapes and cassettes which depict all aspects of life, activities, customs, and habits of the 54 ethnic groups of Viet Nam. The Ethnological Museum has successfully recreated the daily life together with the religious rituals and the symbolic festivals of each ethnic group in Viet Nam.

It is open from 8:30am to 5:30pm, closes Monday and Tet holiday. Minibus 14 runs from Dinh Tien Hoang Str., to Nghia Tan stopover at the museum.

Viet Nam Womens Museum

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Viet Nam Women’s Museum

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Viet Nam Women’s Museum

Located in the centre of Ha Noi on Ly Thuong Kiet Str., the Viet Nam Womens Museum covers a 4,500m2 area planted with beautiful trees. It was open on October 20th 1995 on the occasion of 65 year birthday on the Vietnamese Women s Association.

Document and objects are displayed and carefully preserved and maintained in this place, expressing the role of women in the process of the development of the Vietnamese nation. The museum is also a place for culural exchange for Vietnamese and international women with the goal of creating “equality, development, and peace”.

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