Ho Chi Minh City Hall is the government building of Ho Chi Minh City. It is called the Ho Chi Minh People’s Committee Hall and is a building with strong French style. The town hall has only two floors, the lines are simple, the roof is red, and the outer wall is yellow, which is particularly bright against the blue sky and white clouds. There is a small square garden in front of the town hall. There is a statue of Ho Chi Minh holding a little girl in the middle of the garden.
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Ho Chin Minh, Vietnam was such a delight. Went there for a few days, but want to go back. Stayed at district 1 also known as Saigon. For those that enjoy architecture, this place is for you. You can enjoy seeing old French colonial buildings and new Vietnamese buildings side by side. Then top off your dad with a delicious French-Vietnamese fusion dish.
The Ho Chi Minh City Committee Hall was completed in 1908. In addition to the orange-red roof, the whole is mainly yellow. The upper and lower floors are not open to visitors. The eaves and other parts are engraved with exquisite reliefs. The theme of French heroes is exquisite but simple and full. With a strong French style, the sculpture in front of the square stands on Ho Chi Minh's sculpture, inspiring the arm to move forward, solemn and intimate.
Ho Chi Minh City Hall
Ho Chi Minh's bronze statue standing at the front door waving to you like Vietnam, welcome all people
People's Committee headquarters is the symbol of Ho Chi Minh City's legal architecture, designed by French designers at the end of the 19th century The building has a gorgeous Rococo style, with a red ceiling on the white wall, which looks like a palace from afar. The square in front of the palace has been carefully designed, and many tourists take photos here. Although the People's Committee Headquarters is not open to the public as a government agency, people can come here after the night, and the buildings under various lights have a charm.
The Ho Chi Minh City Hall is also a typical architectural masterpiece in Vietnam. Since the building was completed in 1908, it has been the government's office, so it cannot be entered casually. But you can still enjoy the beauty of the building on the periphery - it is at the northern end of the Huihui Avenue, and the creamy and creamy buildings are more attractive under the night lights.