About 500 meters from Saigon Post Office, you can walk over. Now, the residents of Ho Chi Minh City are still very happy. They have all kinds of food, drink and play. There are also some elegant and luxurious enjoyments. On the way to the Opera House, because of the fierce sun and hot and thirsty, this is a theatre located in the first county in the center of Ho Chi Minh City. It is one of the historical and cultural heritage of Ho Chi Minh City. Both the interior relief decoration and the exterior shape were built according to the same kind of French opera house at that time. The exterior wall of the opera house had various exquisite reliefs and patterns. The top of the front huge arch was the posture of two angels holding the harp. The two pillars under the arch were the shape of the two goddesses holding up the door, which made people feel the strong European flavor.
Saigon Opera House is a historic building. Looking from the outside, it is a very historic building. During the period of our visit, we just made AO SHOW. The ticket price is divided into three grades. We bought the most expensive ticket, about 400 tickets. We bought it a little cheaper on the travel network, but one or two days in advance. The most expensive ticket will give you two snacks and a glass of red wine or lemon tea. If you enter half an hour earlier, you can sit on the balcony and have a look at the evening scenery first. There will be two periods. Someone will take you to the opera house. The rest of the time is not allowed to visit it. Only the most expensive ticket can go to the second floor. The terrace looks like a fountain. It's cool and pleasant. AO SHOW is actually an acrobatic show that combines some local customs and customs. Photographs and videos are not allowed during the whole process. The air-conditioning in the opera house is not enough. 400 yuan is a good experience.
Designed by French architect Eugene Ferret, Ho Chi Minh City Theatre was built in 1897. It is a typical Gothic architecture for performing arts. It is a typical representative work of French colonial architecture. The exterior walls and windows of the building are covered with exquisite reliefs. Two half-naked goddesses hold the top of the population's door with their hands, while the two angels at the top of the arch hold the harp with beautiful posture. During the Vietnam War, the Grand Theatre was also the parliamentary Hall of the South Vietnamese government; after the reunification of the North and the South, its function as a literary and artistic center was restored. Ho Chi Minh City Theatre has weekly performances in different styles, from Eastern European Style Gymnastics performances to classical music and traditional Vietnamese drama. The performance usually starts after 8 p.m. If you have any questions, you can consult the front desk of the theatre or the hotel staff.
The Ho Chi Minh City Grand Theatre, designed by the French architect Eugene Ferret, was built in 1897. Influenced by the magnificent architectural style of the Third Republic of France, it belongs to the typical Gothic architectural style and is a multi-functional theatre specially designed for performing arts. Its interior decoration and exterior relief were built in accordance with the French theatre style at the end of the 19th century. The building is beautifully decorated with various reliefs and patterns on the external wall. The top of the huge arch on the front is the posture of two angels with two wings on their back, while the two goddesses are in front of the two pillars below the arch. They seem to have to lift the door with their hands, and their unique conception highlights the romantic French style.
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The Ho Chi Minh City Grand Theatre is a theatre located in the first county in the center of Ho Chi Minh City. The theatre was built by the French and started in 1898 and was completed in 1900. The architecture of Ho Chi Minh City Grand Theatre is influenced by the magnificent architectural style of the Third Republic of France. During the Vietnam War, this theatre was the House of Commons of the Republic of Vietnam. In 1975, the Communist Army of North Vietnam occupied Saigon (the old name of Ho Chi Minh City) and unified the north and south of Vietnam. The building restored the function of literary and artistic facilities.
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