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Ho Chi Minh City Overview The Nha Rong Wharf or Uncle Hos souvenir area is located at the junction of the Ben Nghe Channel and the Saigon River This museum mostly contains pictures and objects relating to President Ho Chi Minh It is from this area that 21-year-old Ho Chi Minh set sail on a French ship named Admiral Latouche Treville in June 1911 The Dragon House Wharf originally called Nha Rong was a French shipping company built in 1862 In September 1979 the Peoples Committee of Ho Chi Minh City chose Nha Rong as Ho Chi Minh MuseumDragon House Wharf The name was taken from the two dragon-shaped symbols on the top of the building Over time approximately ten million visitors local as well as international have seen Ho Chi Minh Museum In addition events such as artistic festivals and introduction of new members to the Youth Union and Communist Party have been held in this museum The War Remnants Museum was established in September 1975 in Ho Chi Minh City It contains countless artifacts photographs and pictures documenting American war crimes Such documents illustrate the killing of civilians spreading of chemicals torturing of prisoners and the effects of the war on the north Planes tanks bombs and helicopters are also on display Outside the museum are some rooms displaying cultural products of the Vietnamese culture Over the last 20 years over 6 million visitors entered the museum Among this number nearly 1 million were foreign visitors including American tourists Apart from the two places above Saigon keeps in his heart lots of others attractive ones as Thong Nhat palace Vinh Nghiem pagoda The Historical Museum The zoo and botanical gardens Whoever has been here wants to stay here forever
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