Hanoi Presidential Palace is a huge complex of buildings, located near Hanoi Bating Square. It was originally the Governor's Palace during the French colonial period. At present, it is the office of the President of the Vietnamese Government. The main building can only be seen from afar, but can not be visited inland. There is a huge fish pond in the mansion. The presidential palace preserves the simple old residence of former President Ho Chi Minh, which reflects his simple life.
The presidential palace in Hanoi, Vietnam, was a European-style building and was formerly the Governor's Palace of France. Strictly speaking, the presidential palace is not this building, but a large complex of buildings, all of which are unified by yellow walls, as well as lakes, the whole complex is scattered in the woods. Mr. Ho Chi Minh, the leader of the Vietnamese people, worked and lived here all his life. I participated in a group tour in Vietnam. The scenic spots in Hanoi are basically political ones.
The presidential palace of Hanoi, formerly the Governor's Palace of France, was built in the nineteenth century. It is situated next to the Bating Square in Hanoi. It covers an area of 300,000 square meters and covers an area of 100,000 square meters. The four-storey building is still the office of the Vietnamese government. The President of the State works here, so she can not visit the country, but can only enjoy the appearance from afar.
The Governor's Office and Ho Chi Minh's former residence are together, but the Governor's Office is not open. It's said that there are still people working in it. Ho Chi Minh's former residence is worth seeing. After all, there are only a few scenic spots in Hanoi. There are many visitors.
The presidential palace is mainly the residence and office of the late Vietnamese pioneer Ho Chi Minh, also known as Ho Chi Minh's former residence. Yellow buildings, there is a large artificial lake in front of the lake, the lake planted a lot of ancient trees scenery is good.
In Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, the most famous place is the Hanoi Presidential Palace in Bating Square. This yellow four-storey building was originally the Governor's Palace during the French colonial period. It has been the Presidential Palace of Vietnam since independence.
On the side of Ho Chi Ming Tomb, there is a magnificent yellow three-storey building, which is the presidential palace building of Vietnam. The building was built between 1900 and 1906 and was the office of the Governor of Indonesia during the French colonial period. After Vietnam became independent, it became the office building of the President. Ho Chi Minh worked here and still remains in use today. Tourists are not allowed to come near, they can only take pictures in the distance. From a distance, it can be seen that this is a typical French building, with golden exterior walls and red roofs, which are particularly dazzling against the blue sky and green trees.