Ba Dinh Square is located in the center of Hanoi, in the northwest of Hoan Kiem Lake. After the victory of the "August Revolution" in Vietnam in 1945, President Ho Chi Minh announced the establishment of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. Since then, Ba Ting Plaza has become the political center of Vietnam, just like the position of Tiananmen Square in China. Ba Dinh Square is now a place for gatherings, celebrations and military parades in major national festivals in Vietnam.
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Ba Dinh Square is located in the center of Hanoi, the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. It is about one-third of the Tiananmen Square. It is an important venue for gatherings and festivals in Vietnam. There are government offices and foreign embassies around the square.
If the capital Hanoi is the heart of Vietnam, then Ba Dinh Square can be said to be the heart of Hanoi. The square is surrounded by green trees and the building is arched like a wall. Soldiers, monks, gardeners, people of all kinds are also a highlight of the square.
The east side of Ba Ding Square stands tall with the tomb of President Ho Chi Minh. The granite stone wall in front of the tomb is engraved with Ho Chi Minhs famous saying that nothing is more valuable than independence and freedom.
The northwest of the tomb is Ho Chi Minh's old residence in Hanoi, and the Ho Chi Minh Museum is in the southwest. There is the famous One Pillar Temple in front of the museum. From the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum to the north of Xiongwang Road, the right side is the office of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam, and the central leaders also meet with foreign guests here. On the left side of Xiongwang Road is the presidency, a place where Vietnamese national leaders meet with foreign guests and hold major events. The Presidential Palace Square is a place where foreign high-level delegations hold a welcoming ceremony when they visit.
The door of President Ho Chi Minhs mausoleum is a staunch soldier stationed and guarding the cemetery. The white dress is still pretty. The
square has several radiating boulevards connected to other parts of the urban area of Hanoi. It is more than 1,000 meters long and 24 meters wide. The 108 lawns on the square are said to represent 108 countries.
Located in the center of Hanoi, Ba Dinh Square is a place for major celebrations and gatherings in Vietnam. On September 2, 1945, Ho Chi Minh read the Declaration of Independence. This Ba Dinh Square is just as important as Tiananmen Square in our country. The tomb of Vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh is located in the square. There are 168 lawns on the square. The guides say that each lawn represents a country, symbolizing Vietnam and 168 countries. Friendly.
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