The Central Post Office in Ho Chi Minh City is a French colonial post office built in the 19th century. The exterior of the Post Office resembles an elaborate train station. Wherever you look, everything is intricately designed and decorated. The dates of the Post Office's construction (1886-1891) are inscribed beneath the large clock over the main entrance. Walk into the Post Office and you'll find a spacious lobby with a classically arching ceiling, round windows, hanging chandeliers, and stunningly gorgeous wall lamps, among other decorative features. Beneath the old map on the wall, there are classic phone booths from which you can make international calls. While visiting the Central Post Office, consider mailing a postcard home.
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Interesting building with some souvenir shops. I buy postcard here and send to my best friend.
Speaking of the post office, it seems that the Internet has faded out of the eyes of today's Internet. There is almost no such concept in the minds of young people. Only elderly people occasionally recall that when they were young, they sent letters to the post office and sent parcels to these old memories. However, in Vietnam, the Ho Chi Minh Central Post Office has become one of the must-see attractions of Ho Chi Minh. The Central Post Office of Ho Chi Minh was built at the end of the 19th century. It is a small yellow French building. Full of a strong French atmosphere. Today the Central Post Office has become a famous landmark in Ho Chi Minh City. Visitors to Vietnam did not come here to visit. The clock with the traces of the years above the main entrance of the small building records the pace of visitors here every day.
Central Post Office? Look more like the central station
from the Eiffel Tower design master
full of French romantic style
come coincidentally met Vietnamese students to take a graduation photo
all kinds of tricks funny posture Its the same as the domestic/style
posture. The French style is especially charming
, of course, the exquisite not only the design of the post office
but also the souvenir
opening time hidden in the angle:
youth traveling of Lin
Ho Chi Minh Central Post Office, an intriguing yellow house in the center of Ho Chi Minh has a yellow old building left by the French colonial period. In 1886, this building with Eiffel's designer came into being. It has been around for hundreds of years. History, this is the Central Post Office. The vaults, counters, chandeliers, and post boxes in the Central Post Office are used as usual, but more tourists are coming and going, and Vietnamese people taking photos as a backdrop. Here you can visit the world maps of the earliest French hand-painted.
Want to take a photo of Meimei, just sculpt the shape near the yellow building. The blue sky building and railings are saturated and very bright.