During recent days, thousands of visitors flocked to the former military command base of the People's Liberation Armed Forces of South Vietnam, a national special relic site that witnessed daily works of General Le Duc Anh during Vietnam’s resistance war against the United States in the past.


The 3,200-hectare site, known as Ta Thiet military base in Loc Ninh district, Binh Phuoc province, consists of a tunnel system, accommodations and workplaces of high-level party and state officials during the resistance war, including former State President Le Duc Anh, who passed away on April 22 at the age of 99. 

Here in the base, strategic decisions were made, which greatly contributed to the glorious victory of Ho Chi Minh Campaign and liberation of the South to reunify the country.

With its rich historical values, Ta Thiet military base has become not only a tourist destination in Binh Phuoc province, but also a venue for educating youngsters about patriotism.

Besides Ta Thiet Military Base, Loc Ninh is also home to other renowned historical relic site, including the Headquarters of the Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Vietnam and Loc Ninh military airport.-VNA