Ho Chi Minh City Hall or People's Committee Building in District 1 is both an iconic landmark as well as an administrative institution. The structure was designed by French architect Gardes, and features embossed statues of women and children and bas-reliefs on the outside. During evenings, the building lights up with LED lights and provides a great photo-op. However, the hall isn't open to the public as it is used for government purposes.
People's Committee Building or the Ho Chi Minh City Hall, built in 1898, was earlier a French hotel named Hotel de Ville. It was constructed by Gardes and is the oldest French-inspired building in Ho Chi Minh City. Currently, it serves as the Ho Chi Minh City Hall. Since the building is used by the government as a workplace, people are not allowed to go inside. But the edifice of the building is worth witnessing because of its beautiful architecture.
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