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.
Construction on a memorial house dedicated to martyrs of the Son La Prison began in the northern province of Son La on April 11.
Vietnamese and Laos officials and delegates from the Laos-Vietnam Friendship Association gathered at a meeting in the northern province of Thai Nguyen on November 23 to celebrate the 41st National Day of Laos (December 2).
A memorial house to commemorate Vietnamese and Lao soldiers who laid down their lives in Laos during wartime was inaugurated in the country’s central province of Khammouan on May 29.
The Ho Chi Minh Museum in Vietnam and the Lenin Memorial House in Ulyanovsk, Russia, jointly held an exhibition on portraits of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin in Hanoi on April 20.
Party officials, military officers and war veterans offered incense to war martyrs at a newly-built memorial house in the central province of Quang Tri on July 24.