Historical sites in Hanoi linked to President Ho Chi Minh's revolutionary endeavors

Throughout Hanoi, numerous residences have become “red addresses”, imprinting President Ho Chi Minh's contributions to the revolutionary cause.

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Nguyen Thi An's residence, in the alley 319 on An Duong Vuong Street, Tay Ho district, Hanoi, was the first place that President Ho Chi Minh stayed upon his return from the Viet Bac war zone. In the place, from August 23-25, 1945, President Ho Chi Minh had meetings with Truong Chinh, Vo Nguyen Giap, Tran Dang Ninh, and others, on issues regarding the revolution and preparations for the Proclamation of Independence of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. (Photo: Vietnam+)
The house at No. 48, Hang Ngang Street, part of the Hanoi old quarter, was the place where President Ho Chi Minh penned the Declaration of Independence in 1945, giving birth to the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. The house was under the ownership of famous silk merchants at that time, Trinh Van Bo and Hoang Thi Minh Ho. (Photo: Vietnam+)
Situated by the Nhue River and over 10 kilometers far from the downtown of Hanoi, Van Phuc village in Ha Dong district is renowned not only for the traditional silk weaving but also for its revolutionary tradition. There is a monument in the village, marking the place President Ho Chi Minh penned “The appeal for the National Resistance" in 1946. (Photo: Vietnam+)
President Ho Chi Minh's stilt house within the Presidential Palace compound served as his residence for a continuous span of 15 years, from 1954 to 1969. Since Uncle Ho's passing, this house has been preserved and become a renowned site for visitors. (Photo: Vietnam+)
The wood stilt house, nestled amidst the lush garden, stands in contrast to the surrounding French colonial architecture. (Photo: Vietnam+)

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