Quang Trung Museum
TT. Phú Phong, Tây Sơn District, Binh Dinh Province, Vietnam
About Quang Trung Museum
This is a museum dedicated to the National hero Quang Trung. This is a historic landmark attracting both Vietnamese and foreign researchers and tourists which was inaugurated in 1978. t is one of the largest museums dedicated to famous Vietnamese personalities. It is also one of the busiest attracting researchers and tourists.
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