In Hoang Tru Relic, the small three- compartment house is the place where President Ho Chi Minh took his first breath; where was attached to the beautiful childhood years but also full of difficulty, hardship of Uncle Ho with his grandparents, parents, brothers and sisters. It is also where he received the love of the relatives, of the homeland, where he witnessed the thorough teaching of his maternal grandfather to his father. These spiritual values are the source of a great aspiration for the boy Nguyen Sinh Cung to become great President Ho Chi Minh, the liberation hero, the World’s Cultural Celebrity of Vietnam.
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Hoang Tru village, maternal hometown of Uncle Ho looks like a colorful and lively painting springing up the indescribable fretty feeling in the heart of visitors. The clumps of bamboos whisper in the wind, the small hibiscus (rose of Sharon) branches sway lightly. There are faintly redolent of areca spadix and grapefruit. Like many traditional villages of Vietnam homeland but Hoang Tru village is so simple, peaceful and sacred.
- The five-compartment cottage of Mr. Hoang Duong and Mrs. Nguyen Thi Kep, maternal grandparents Uncle Ho: In this cottage, in 1868, Mrs. Hoang Thi Loan, Uncle Ho's mother, was born. Born into a family of Confucian tradition and the teaching profession, so in the 5 compartment, the three compartments are used to be “classroom” and living place.
|The house of Mr. Hoang Duong and Mrs. Nguyen Thi Kep|
|The worship hall of Hoang Xuan branch in Chua village|
|The ancestral altar in the main compartment of the worship hall|
To the left of the five- compartment house of Uncle Ho’s maternal grandparents (on view from the outside) is the home of Uncle Ho’s parents. This is a 3-compartment cottage, there is a kitchen behind. This house was built in 1883 by Mr. Hoang Duong and Mrs. Nguyen Thi Kep on the occasion of the wedding of their first daughter, Ms. Hoang Thi Loan and their son-in-law, Mr. Nguyen Sinh Sac.
|The cottage where Uncle Ho was born|
|The loom, the hammock inside the house|
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