Museum of Traditional Vietnamese Medicine
41 Hoàng Dư Khương, Phường 12, Quận 10, Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam
About Museum of Traditional Vietnamese Medicine
Six floors with 18 exhibition rooms showcasing traditional Vietnamese medicine.
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A museum showcasing the female heroes of the fight for Vietnamese freedom. A part of it also exhibits clothing, pictures & artifacts.
It contains exhibits relating to the Vietnam War and the First Indochina War. The main exhibits include artillery and armor collections, photographs from the war and of the chemical weapons used.
A historic Buddhist pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City. Built in 1744, it is one of the oldest temples in the city. The bodhi tree present in the garden was brought to Vietnam from Sri Lanka by the 20th Sinhalese Theravada Buddhist monk Narada.
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Represents numerous award-winning contemporary Vietnamese artists working in painting, sculpture and mixed media.
Located right on busy Nguyen Trai Street, it can be accessed by entering through an iron gate and crossing a small courtyard. The roof is decorated with small delicately fashioned porcelain figurines expressing themes from Chinese legends. Lanterns and wooden models of Chinese theaters hang over the entrance.
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