Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is one-of-its kind in the world. The building is dedicated to house Ho Chi Minh’s preserved body and a place where visitors can express their admiration and gratitude towards the national hero while. It is popularly known among Vietnamese as Uncles’ Mausoleum ( Ho Chi Minh mausoleum
), for the intimate and familiar atmosphere Ho Chi Minh always created when he was alive. Built over 2 years from 1973 to 1975, the Mausoleum is also a lively illustrator of national unity.
The city down south may have his name, but only Hanoi has the man himself. The embalmed body of Ho Chi Minh is preserved in the cooled, central hall of the mausoleum and is protected by military honor guards.
Ho Chi Minh's Vestige in the Presidential Palace Area was where Ho Chi Minh lived and worked from 1954 until his death in 1969. The nicely landscaped complex includes two of Ho Chi Minh's houses, as well as a garage with two of Ho's "used cars" and a carp-filled pond.
One Pillar Pagoda has its unique design with only one pillar tucked away between Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and Ho Chi Minh Museum.
* Opening Hours: 7.30AM – 11.00AM / closed Monday & Friday
* Address: Dien Bien, Ba Dinh District Hanoi, Vietnam