The Ho Chi Minh Museum found in Hanoi, Vietnam records the life of Vietnam’s father figure. The museum that features the country’s historical hero offers far more hard evidence than the dignity of telling his works by use of mere words.
The museum is a gigantic white monolith found southwest of the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and just past the One Pillar Pagoda. With over 107,000 square feet, this Soviet-style building encapsulates plenty of space for the legacy of the Vietnamese national hero. Visitors are then provided the opportunity to enjoy both the exhibit and the structure of the building. Aside from display areas, the museum also has a library, a storage, movie viewing areas, a conference room and rooms for restoration work as well. [Read more…]