Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is more intimidating than it is grand. Even looking at it from afar, the mausoleum looks imposing. Primarily made up of marble and granite, it has three levels and in front of it are 79 cycad trees that symbolize his 79 years in this world. You’ll also find bamboo ranges on its side and can hear whistling when you listen closely when the wind blows over them. Before entering, wear a modest outfit that should not consist of a pair of shorts, skirts, off-shoulder and tank tops, and hats.

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is more intimidating than it is grand. Even looking at it from afar, the mausoleum looks imposing. Primarily made up of marble and granite, it has three levels and in front of it are 79 cycad trees that symbolize his 79 years in this world. You’ll also find bamboo ranges on its side and can hear whistling when you listen closely when the wind blows over them. Before entering, wear a modest outfit that should not consist of a pair of shorts, skirts, off-shoulder and tank tops, and hats.

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