Exhibition on Uncle Ho relics in Ha Noi
Update: May 20, 2015
As many of 125 photos and documents on relics related to Uncle Ho in Ha Noi are on display at an exhibition which opened at 48 Hang Ngang Street, Hoan Kiem district, Ha Noi on May 18th.
President Ho Chi Minh visited the steel house in Tram pagoda,  Phung Chau commune, Chuong My district on May 19th, 1957

The exhibition is being held by Ha Noi City Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism to celebrate the 125th anniversary of President Ho Chi Minh’s birth (May 19th).

It is divided into three parts, including places where Uncle Ho lived, worked and visited comrades and soldiers in the capital from 1945 to 1947; revolutionary activities of Uncle Ho from 1954 to 1969; and the preservation and promotion of values of memorial relics related to President Ho Chi Minh in Ha Noi.

There are many photos and documents on important milestones in the President’s revolutionary activities such as the historical relics at 48 Hang Ngang, where Uncle Ho compiled the draft Declaration of Independence giving the birth of the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam; the place where Uncle Ho wrote the Call for national resistance in Van Phuc village, Ha Dong district on December 19th, 1946; the relics related to President Ho Chi Minh at the Mot Mai (one-roof) pagoda in Quoc Oai district, where he lived and worked from February 3rd to March 2nd, 1947.