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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

People's Committee Building

The French colonists who occupied Vietnam many years ago have imported their architectural styles in the city. The People’s Committee Building, formerly known as the Ho Chi Minh City Hall or Hotel de Ville de Saigon, is truly one of the living heritages of the past colonization era. Built between 1901 to 1908, this landmark is situated at the northwestern end of DL Nguyen Hue. In front of this building is a park where you can see the statue of Ho Chi Minh. Unfortunately, the building is not opened to either the public or tourists but people can still take photos of it from the outside. 


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