Hoa Lo Prison Museum in Hanoi

Ngày đăng: 19/05/2016 .
Hoa Lo Prison Museum located in downtown Hanoi, It's was built by the French administration in 1896. Originally intended to hold around 450 prisoners, by the 1930s the number of detainees had soared to almost 2,000, the majority of them being political prisoners during the Vietnam War
 

 
Conditions were appalling food was watery soup and bread. Prisoners were variously isolated, starved, beaten, tortured for countless hours and paraded in anti-American propaganda. "It is easy to die but hard to live," a prison guard told one new arrival, "and we will show you just how hard it is to live." The prison is really “A Hell on Earth”
 

Most of the original prison was demolished in 1996 to make way for the Hanoi Towers and serviced apartment and office complex, but the southernmost corner has been preserved and reopened to the public as a memorial to the revolutionaries who died here in atrocious conditions. Hoa Lo Prison is a historical attraction to many local and foreign visitors. You should pay a visit to the prison to experience the history with your own eyes
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