VOV.VN - President Ho Chi Minh lived in Ho Chi Minh City for nine months before embarking on his journey abroad for national salvation in 1911. The house he lived in, at 5 Chau Van Liem street, Ward 14, District 5, has been officially recognized as a national historical relic.
VOV.VN - Lao Kho village in Son La province used to be a hideout by the North Laos Vanguard Division during the Laos resistance war against the French colonialists nearly 70 years ago.
Ancient trees and clumps of trees in the Mekong Delta province of Vinh Long were recognised as cultural and historical relic trees by the Vietnam Ornamental Creatures Association.
VOV.VN- Ngoi bridge, Luong pagoda, and Phong Lac communal house in Hai Anh commune, Hai Hau district, Nam Dinh province embrace unique architectural styles illustrating the talents of local artisans.
Tran Bien Temple of Literature in the southern province of Dong Nai has been recognised as national historical relic.
President Truong Tan Sang visited Tan Trao commune in the northern province of Tuyen Quang on January 28 in the lead up to the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday.
A national historical relic was inaugurated in Long Giao commune, Cam My district, Dong Nai province, on January 2 to mark the site where Brigade 125, precursor to the Cambodian National United Front for National Salvation (KNUFNS), was established.