It was built on February 23, 1869 by the then Governor of Southern Vietnam, Lagrantier. It was named "Norodom Palace" and in fact it was also the Governor's Palace of France in the whole Indo-Chinese region. In front of the Unified Palace is a large green lawn with a fountain in the center. There are several tank models on the right side of the lawn, 390 of which are made in China. I met two Portuguese uncles here and chatted with them in Portuguese. There is a big banyan tree behind the Unified Palace. Its roots are as thick as a stem and it holds the land tightly. Behind the tree, there are seesaws, swings and other facilities, rejuvenating as children. The Palace of Unification is a huge four-storey white building with an area of 120,000 square meters. It is the seat of the presidential palace of the former South Vietnamese regime. There are 100 magnificent and magnificent halls in the building, which can meet the needs of diplomacy, banquet, entertainment, residence, military command and so on. Like architecture, the courtyard design uses symmetrical layout, which corresponds to each other and is integrated.