This large complex incorporates various buildings where Ho Chi Minh lived and worked from 1954 until 1969. The gracious, French-style Presidential Palace that HCM rejected as too lavish stands in stark contrast to House No. 54 which he first moved into, followed by the simple stilt house. All three can be seen, and in the latter two, HCM's bedroom and work place, including relics from the "American War". They say an enormous amount about the humility of the great man. The lake in front of the stilt house and the gardens are relaxing to walk around, following in his footsteps.
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