Close-up look at Dien Bien Phu Campaign panorama painting

The panorama painting of the Dien Bien Phu Campaign painted on the 2nd floor of the Dien Bien Phu Victory Museum, is one of the largest works in the world about war.

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Close-up look at Dien Bien Phu Campaign panorama painting
The section that describes citizens going to the battle. (Photo: VNA)
Close-up look at Dien Bien Phu Campaign panorama painting
The Frech Army’s attack. (Photo: VNA)
Close-up look at Dien Bien Phu Campaign panorama painting
The scene shows Vietnamese soldiers pulling the cannon into the battlefield, demonstrated by both painting and exhibits. (Photo: VNA)
Close-up look at Dien Bien Phu Campaign panorama painting
The people and soldiers tunneling to prepare for the campaign. (Photo: VNA)
Close-up look at Dien Bien Phu Campaign panorama painting
The severe fight taking the lives of many people. (Photo: VNA)
Close-up look at Dien Bien Phu Campaign panorama painting
The artists are currently finishing the final steps. (Photo: VNA)
Close-up look at Dien Bien Phu Campaign panorama painting
The Vietnamese national flag flying over De Castries tunnel, marking Vietnam’s victory. (Photo: VNA)
Close-up look at Dien Bien Phu Campaign panorama painting
The project was launched in 2019, involving 80 artists. (Photo: VNA)
Close-up look at Dien Bien Phu Campaign panorama painting
It is expected that the painting will be opened for visit on May 7, commemorating the 67th anniversary of the Dien Bien Phu Victory, at the Dien Bien Phu Victory Museum, 279 Muong Thanh Ward, Dien Bien Phu City, Dien Bien. (Photo: VNA)
Close-up look at Dien Bien Phu Campaign panorama painting
The picture is divided into four segments: The entire nation goes to the battlefield, The majestic prelude, The historic confrontation, and The victory. (Photo: VNA)
Close-up look at Dien Bien Phu Campaign panorama painting
Soldiers creating roads for vehicles to pass. (Photo: VNA)
Close-up look at Dien Bien Phu Campaign panorama painting
Visitors taking pictures in the museum. (Photo: Lao Dong)
Close-up look at Dien Bien Phu Campaign panorama painting
Local leaders checked the painting process. (Photo: Dien Bien TV)

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