Spiritual memorial area built at Co Noi crossroads relic in Son La
The ribbon cutting ceremony for the inauguration of the spiritual memorial area at Co Noi crossroads relic site. (Photo: NDO)
NDO – A spiritual memorial area was officially inaugurated at the Co Noi crossroads relic site in Mai Son District, in the northern mountainous province of Son La on July 14.
The project, with a total investment of more than VND14 billion, covers an area of over 10 hectares.
During the Dien Bien Phu campaign in the fight against French colonialism, the Co Noi crossroads was the connecting point between National Highway 41 (now National Highway 6) and National Highway 13 (now National Highway 37).
All activities of the assisting forces transporting weapons and food from Yen Bai Province and from the northern delta to Dien Bien Phu passed through this key junction.
As the Dien Bien Phu Campaign ended, over 100 youth volunteers heroically sacrificed themselves at the Co Noi crossroads contributing to the glorious history of Vietnam’s youth volunteer force.
In 2004, the Co Noi crossroads relic site was recognised by the Ministry of Culture and Information (now Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism) as a national historical relic site.
The relic site has become a red address and symbol for the brave spirit of Vietnam’s Youth Volunteer force.
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