Special exhibitions "General Secretary Le Duan - Life and career"

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As part of the plan to celebrate the glory days of the Spring Festival in 2018, in the morning of 19/01/2018 at Con Dao Museum held an exhibition entitled "General Secretary Le Duan - Life and career ".

Ribbon cutting open the exhibition

On 19/01/2018, Con Dao Museum in collaboration with Ho Chi Minh City Museum organized a photo exhibition entitled "General Secretary Le Duan - Life and career". Attending the ceremony were Mr. Vu Manh Ha - Director of Ho Chi Minh Museum, Mr. Luu Thi Tuyet Trinh - Director of Ho Chi Minh Museum (Ho Chi Minh Branch), Mr. Nguyen Anh Nhut - Chairman of District People's Committee, Mr. Luu Van Nhi - Director of Con Dao Museum together with some departments.

Visit the photo gallery of the exhibition

The exhibition will last from January 19, 2018 to the end of April, 2018, in order to serve local people and visitors to learn about the history of the Lunar New Year's attractions in 2018, with more than 150 photos. and the exhibit material presents an overview of revolutionary life and cause and the contributions of late General Secretary Le Duan to the struggle for liberation and the construction of our country within a more half of heroic and glorious century.. Mr. Le Duan has dedicated his life to the Party, nearly 60 years of continuous revolutionary activities, including nearly 30 years of holding the positions of First Secretary and General Secretary of the Party, Comrade Le Duan has made great contribution in the revolutionary cause of our Party, our people.

Special exhibitions: "Party General Secretary Le Duan - Life and career" at Con Dao Museum is a deeply meaningful exhibition that takes place in celebration of the 88th anniversary of the Communist Party establishment. 2/1930 - 3/2/2018 and Happy Spring of 2018 towards the 111th birthday of General Secretary Le Duan (07/4/1907 - 07/4/2018).

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