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This traditional stilt house on a pond in Hanoi, Vietnam, was the home of Ho Chi Minh from 1958 through 1969. It is a simple structure, open to the gardens and free flowing air, washing over the living quarters. Carp were found in the pond for fishing.

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  • Peter Stratton
    Peter Strattonalmost 2 years ago

    Undoubtedly a tourist attraction, now. Who would have given that a thought 40 years ago? Any idea what the cables strung between the palms is for? (My guess is to keep the birds away from the roof!) :-)

  • pete
    a humble abode for a big deal guy in Vietnamese history. As for the lines, not sure, you could be right!

    – phil decocco

  • Jane Neill-Hancock
    Jane Neill-Han...about 1 year ago

    7-Dec-2013

  • Thanks jane for this one! It was an historical shelter to have seen

    – phil decocco

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