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Bao Dai palace
Presently, getting along Y Ngong street, we behold the house with natural beautiful architecture of Bao Dai Palace; it used to be the house of the former French Resident in Buon Ma Thuot City.
Later, Emperor Bao Dai used it for his living and reception.
After the victory of the August revolution in 1945, Viet Minh –DakLak provisory revolutionary committee used this luxurious place kept out of people in former for receiving guests and meeting.
In October 1945, DakLak ethnic minorities unification festivals was held in the old house of the French Resident (Bao Dai palace), in which displayed productions of DakLak people, this passed off in the united and solemn atmosphere.
Also at this place, many important meetings of the Viet Minh were held, they discussed on developing anomalism, building the revolutionary ochlocracy. At the early days in December 1945, there was flight to prevent the meeting of provisory revolutionary committee. One of three Japanese militancy that were in Viet Minh army, sacrificed spiritedly in this place.
In the resistance of fighting American imperialist, Bao Dai Palace was struck again and again. In chief, in the general attacking of the spring 1968.
After the liberation of the South of Viet Nam, the palace was renamed “Biet Dien guest-house” receiving many Party and State leaders.
Biet Dien Palace was admitted as a historical-culture vestige by The Cultural Communicative Ministry. Today, it became the place used for displaying historical cultural objects of DakLak ethnic groups. In order to preserve the beautiful-style house, with nice, wild landscape where many historical and revolutionary events took place, the local authority try their best to make DakLak Museum develop with the deep ethnic feathers.