Exhibition on Hồ Chí Minh’s Aspirations for Peace



     The exhibition helped audiences to fully understand the ideology, sentiment and personality of Ho Chi Minh, the beloved leader of Vietnamese people, especially his aspirations for peace, national liberation, freedom and unification for the country and happiness for its people.


Gallery room of “Hồ Chí Minh’s Aspirations for Peace”


Novosibirsk citizens’ welcome to President Ho Chi Minh on his friendship visit to the Soviet Union, July 10, 1955.


     The exhibition was expected to encourage domestic and international visitors, especially young ones, to have better awareness and actions in the struggle for peace, cooperation, stability and development of their country and the whole world.

     The exhibition ran from May 18 to June 30, 2010.


President Ho Chi Minh’s delivery of a speech at the City Hall of Paris, affirming that all Vietnamese people were determined not to be slaves once again (September 1946).

  Date 22/06/2018  


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