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Tank monument and tourists at Reunification Palace in Ho Chi Minh City

Tank monument and tourists at Reunification Palace in Ho Chi Minh City

A North Vietnamese tank monument on display is passed by two tourists visiting the Reunification Palace in Ho Chi Minh City. The foreign men walking around the exhibit are wearing T-shirts and shorts. The army green tank is numbered "843" in white paint beside the gold star in red circle emblem of the North Vietnamese. Now a museum concerning the fall of Saigon to the Communist North Vietnamese in 1975, the Reunification Palace formerly was the official residence for presidents of South Vietnam.

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