【3D ALIVE Stereoscopic Visual Art Museum】: The three-dimensional 3D painting on the walls and grounds of the museum. The theme of the painting is divided into five types: masterpieces, Egypt, submarine life, animal world, and modern art. You can use your imagination to take creative pictures. Let you stand in front of the plane and interact with each other, put out a variety of gestures, and integrate yourself into the painting, you can take photos of the three-dimensional space, amazing stereoscopic vision is amazing; its clever use of the visual sense of the distance, light. The brightness of the refraction and the 3D three-dimensional pattern give people an illusion, as if they were involved in art and resonate.
3D ALIVE Stereoscopic Visual Art Museum
Ba Dinh Square
The square adjacent to the Ho Chi Minh complex is called Ba Dinh square, where many important national historical events in modern history took place. The square was originally developed by French colony and known as Round Point Pugininer. On September 2nd, 1945 – now Vietnam National Day- Ho Chi Minh has read the Vietnam Independence Declaration. In the Declaration, he quoted French and the United States’s Independence Declaration that “All men are created equal and that everyone has the right to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness”.
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is an important historical attraction of Hanoi, known for honoring the national hero: President Ho Chi Minh. The building is where visitors can express their admiration and gratitude towards the common father/uncle of Vietnamese who has led the country to independence and reunification. It is popularly known among Vietnamese as Uncles’ Mausoleum, for the intimate and familiar atmosphere Ho Chi Minh always created when he was alive. Built over 2 years from 1973 to 1975, the Mausoleum is also a lively illustrator of national unity.
President Ho Chi Minh's Residence
Chosen to be President Ho Chi Minh’s residence and office from May 1958 until his death, a stilt house is located in a large garden at the back of the Presidential Palace is a nice road covered with pebbles and bordered with mango tress accompanied with the omnipresent perfume of jasmine flowers and roses in its site.