The tan and white building is two stories high with a central clock tower, sculpted cornices, and two red-tiled Mansard roof towers. Built by the French colonial government in the early 1900s, the ornate building is still used as a city hall but now it is named The People’s Committee Hall. The inside of the building is not open to the public.
A popular statue of “Uncle Ho” (Ho Chi Minh) reading to a young girl is visible in the plaza in front of the city hall building.
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