17/50.-Saigon, Reunification Palace


Not far from the War Museum sits the Reunification Palace. This building, currently a museum, used to be the official residence of the Presidents of the former South Vietnam government.

It was here that the American led war ended on April 30 1975, when the North Vietnam Army invaded the Palace forcing the president to resign.

Currently the Reunification Palace complex is open to the public. Visitors can see the basement tunnels, the conference rooms, the Presidential Receiving Room, the telecommunications center and the war room.

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