Timings : All Day
Entry Fee : No entry fee
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The Statue of Lenin located on Nguyen Thai Hoc avenue in Hanoi is the legacy of the communist leader's influence on the culture and politics of Vietnam. The legacy of Vladimir Lenin may have fallen in Russia, but his statue stands tall in communist Vietnam. Constructed in 1980, the stone sculpture is a sign of the Bolshevik history. It is one of the very few Lenin statues left in the world as a reminder of the impact USSR had on Vietnamese and world political movements.
Located in a small park, Statue of Lenin symbolizes the close relationship that Vietnam shared with Soviet Union and the influence of Lenin's ideologies in Vietnam. You can witness the grandeur of the statue and also spend some time relaxing in the verdant park.
Statue of Lenin is an integral part of Vietnam's history signifying close ties with the Soviet Union and communism. This statue should be visited to take a close look at Lenin.