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    %%It is 291km from Hà Nội to Vinh, the provincial capital of Nghệ An on National Highway 1. Vinh has been expanded into a large city since the end of the last Vietnam War. Nowadays, it has become an economic, cultural and political centre of Central Vietnam. From Vinh to Cửa Lò Beach is 18km. Along this 10-km beach are pine forests. The blue sea water has a salt ratio of about 3.5%. Starting from Vinh City along Road 49 and turning at a red earth road lined with shady eucalyptus and filao trees, visitors will reach Sen village, whose scholarly name is Kim Liên (Golden Lotus). The house in which President Hồ Chí Minh lived during his childhood was a thatched bamboo and wooden house. In the house, there are some pieces of furniture such as a wooden bed, a bamboo bed, a jute hammock and an altar, the same as those used by local farmers. The house was built in 1901 with contributions of villagers to Mr. Nguyễn Sinh Sắc - father of President Hồ Chí Minh - when he won a "Junior Doctor" degree in literature, bringing honour to the whole village. Chùa Village (or Hoàng Trù) is the native village of President Hồ's mother. It was where he was born and brought up in his early childhood. Mrs. Hoàng Thi Loan (1868-1901) was a typical Vietnamese mother who had brought up her children to be patriotic, including little Nguyễn Sinh Cung who later became President Hồ Chí Minh. She was the second daughter of Mr. Hoang Duong, Bachelor of Arts, a native to Hoàng Trù Village. She married Nguyễn Sinh Sắc and gave birth to three children. In 1895, she and her family moved to the royal capital of Huế and made a living for the whole family while Mr. Sắc was making preparations for an academic degree. She died of fatal disease in Hue in 1901. In 1922, Ms Nguyễn Thị Thanh, President Hồ's older sister, moved their mother's tomb to the back yard of their house in Sen village. Knowing that his brother was revolutionary leader Nguyen Ai Quoc, Mr Nguyen Sinh Khiem, the eldest brother of President Ho, secretly moved the tomb of Mrs. Hoàng Thị Loan to Dong Tranh mountain in 1942 to avoid possible revenge from the authorities. On the occasion of the 95th birth anniversary of President Hồ Chí Minh in 1985, the people of Nghệ An rebuilt the tomb of Mrs. Hoàng Thị Loan. There are some 300 steps of granite from the foot of the mountain leading to the tomb. The ferro-concrete roof of the tomb stylized a handloom because when alive, President Ho's mother gained her family's living by weaving cloth.

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