Historical and cultural sites Buon Ma Thuot exile house
Historical and cultural sites Buon Ma Thuot exile house
Historical and cultural sites Buon Ma Thuot exile house
Historical and cultural sites Buon Ma Thuot exile house
Historical and cultural sites Buon Ma Thuot exile house
Historical and cultural sites Buon Ma Thuot exile house
Historical and cultural sites Buon Ma Thuot exile house
Historical and cultural sites Buon Ma Thuot exile house
Historical and cultural sites Buon Ma Thuot exile house
Historical and cultural sites Buon Ma Thuot exile house

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Price: 20,000VND-30,000VND

Phone: (0262) 3.858.358

Time to visit a place: 120 phút

Open Time: 7:30 AM - Close Time: 4:30 PM

Email: phongqldl@vhttdl.daklak.gov.vn

Address: 18 Tán Thuật Tu An ward, Buon Ma Thuot city, Đắk Lắk privince

Located at 18 Tan Thuat Street, Tu An Ward, Buon Ma Thuot City. Buon Ma Thuot exile house is not only a place to witness the crimes of the colonialists and empires, but also a place to practice the resilient will of revolutionary soldiers in the two long resistance wars of the nation. Built from 1930-1931, Buon Ma Thuot Exile House is a closed system with an area of ​​nearly 2ha with 40cm thick walls, 4m high surrounding it, 4 corners of the door all have sentries. Inside there are cells, workshops, warehouses, kitchens and 06 rows of collective prisons, each row of prisons has an area of about 180m2 that can hold more than 100 prisoners, the main gate facing the South. Exile house appeared as a tool of colonial repression and terror for the Vietnamese revolution, this was the place where patriots and Communist Party members were detained and sentenced to severe punishment in the provinces. Mid-term. On the other hand, the exile was also a cruel product of the feudal colonial government: They took advantage of the harsh climate of the Central Highlands, combined with brutal and brutal torture methods to gradually kill and destroy them. revolutionary will of ... View more

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Located at 18 Tan Thuat Street, Tu An Ward, Buon Ma Thuot City. Buon Ma Thuot exile house is not only a place to witness the crimes of the colonialists and empires, but also a place to practice the resilient will of revolutionary soldiers in the two long resistance wars of the nation.

Built from 1930-1931, Buon Ma Thuot Exile House is a closed system with an area of ​​nearly 2ha with 40cm thick walls, 4m high surrounding it, 4 corners of the door all have sentries. Inside there are cells, workshops, warehouses, kitchens and 06 rows of collective prisons, each row of prisons has an area of about 180m2 that can hold more than 100 prisoners, the main gate facing the South.

Exile house appeared as a tool of colonial repression and terror for the Vietnamese revolution, this was the place where patriots and Communist Party members were detained and sentenced to severe punishment in the provinces. Mid-term. On the other hand, the exile was also a cruel product of the feudal colonial government: They took advantage of the harsh climate of the Central Highlands, combined with brutal and brutal torture methods to gradually kill and destroy them. revolutionary will of patriotic sons.

Before the conspiracies and tricks of the authorities, the revolutionary soldiers have constantly trained and cultivated themselves in patriotism and indomitable fighting spirit. Among the nearly 4,000 times of prisoners transferred to the Exile, there were many communist soldiers who were "trained" to become key leaders of the Party and Government such as: Comrades Vo Chi Cong, Nguyen Chi Thanh, Doan Khue, Phan Dang Luu, Ho Tung Mau...

In 1940, the first Communist Party cell in Dak Lak was established and enlightened the excellent children for the Party and the army such as Comrades Y Bloc Eban, Y Bih Aleo, Y Som Eban, Y Bun Knong , Y John (Minh Son)...., it was here that the flames and lines of the Communist Party of Vietnam were rekindled, spreading everywhere, playing a huge role in the liberation movement. ethnic group in Dak Lak.

When the August Revolution was successful, the Buon Ma Thuot exile house was freed and the prisoners were liberated. Until 1954, when the US invaded our country, they continued to use this place to hold prisoners and divided the exile house into two parts: one side serving military supplies, the other side was a correctional center and building some public works. Other programs include the Chapel, the National Thai People's Peace House, the torture house, the range of cells, etc.

After 1975, Buon Ma Thuot exile house was handed over to the Public Security Company for management, in 1979 the exile house was transferred to the Department of Culture and Information for management (now the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism).

In 1980, Buon Ma Thuot exile house was classified as a national historical relic by the Ministry of Culture and Information. As of December 24, 2018 it was classified as a special national monument by the Prime Minister.

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