The exhibition, jointly being held by the Ho Chi Minh City Museum of History and the Ho Chi Minh Museum branch in Ho Chi Minh City, marked the 131st birthday anniversary of President Ho Chi Minh (May 19, 1890 – 2021) and 110 years since Uncle Ho left the country to find a way to save the nation.

The exhibits briefly introduce the life of the great leader from his childhood to the time he went to Saigon and left the country to find a way to save the nation, as well as his revolutionary career stribing for national independence and reunification.

In addition, through the exhibition, visitors can discover more about the late President’s immense love for the comrades, compatriots and people around the world, especially officials and soldiers of the Vietnam People’s Army, ethnic minority people, women, children and workers.

Photos reflecting the sentiments of foreigners and leaders of the foreign Parties and countries to Uncle Ho are also showcased at the exhibition.

The exhibition will run until June 20.

Also today, an exhibition on the life and career of President Ho Chi Minh as well as the general election opened in the southeast coastal province of Binh Thuan.

The photos displayed at the exhibition in Binh Thuan province. (Photo:

Over 70 photos highlighting important milestones in the life and revolutionary career of President Ho Chi Minh; manuscripts about the Communist Party of Vietnam; and his sacred testament, are on display.

Notably, visitors are also introduced to many precious documentary photos regarding the late President’s interest in the general elections.

On the occasion, nearly 60 artistic photos featuring the cultural and historical value, natural resources, destinations and people of Binh Thuan province are also on display.

The exhibition will run until June.