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Square in front of Ho Chi Minh City Hall
Vietnam

Square with Ho Chi Minh's statue in front of Ho Chi Minh City Hall. At night the trees, flags and building is illuminated and it's very beautiful. There are very many tourists visit this place.

You can get there if you go from Ben Thanh market along Le Loi street to north-east.

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Uploaded: 21/10/2010
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