The statue of Yersin is a very interesting landscape feature. The statue itself is also quite interesting. When you visit here, you can slowly see a lot of good items. The interior of the statue is also very huge. Not bad.
Nha Trang used to be just a small place, now it has become a tourist area because it was once a Soviet seaport
The statue of Yersin is a very interesting building. The statue is tall and looks like the whole body. This man is a foreigner and belongs to a very contributory figure in the local area. There are many places to commemorate him.
Alexandre Yersin (September 22, 1863-March 1, 1943), also translated Ye Hesen, Yersin, French doctor and bacteriologist. He is one of the discoverers of Yersinia pestis, so the official scientific name of Yersinia pestis is named after Yersinia pestis. The Pasteur Institute branch was established in Nha Trang (then French Indochina) to develop vaccines and antisera. The Brazilian rubber tree and Peru cinchona tree (quinine) were also introduced to Vietnam. The statue of Yersin stands on the waterfront of Nha Trang.
Although he is a colonizer, he is a great scientist after all, so the Vietnamese set up a monument for him. The location is very good, with the sea facing the wind.