HA NOI (VNS) — About 200 objects, printed materials and photos associated with President Ho Chi Minh are on display at the Ho Chi Minh Museum near Ba Dinh Square in downtown Ha Noi.
The displayed items were donated by individuals in and outside the country during the past decade.
"Each object expresses a passionate feeling for the late leader," Nguyen Thuy Duc, acting director of the museum, said.
"During the past ten years, we have received voluntary contributions from all over the world."
On June 23, 2005, the then Prime Minister signed a decision approving the master plan for developing a museum system in the country by 2020, which emphasised this museum as the first and most important of a series of museums and relics on Ho Chi Minh to be opened throughout the country. — VNS