National Day in Vietnam
National Day in Vietnam is held on September 2. Celebrates the independence of Vietnam from Japan and France in 1945. This event in the first decade of the month September is annual. Help us
Vietnam is a nation of rivers. Vietnam is considered as the world's leading exporter of cashews and black pepper. Vietnam is the world's 2nd largest coffee exporter.
All of Vietnam was colonised by the French in 1885, together with Cambodia and Laos in an area that was then known as French Indo-China. In 1945: The Vietnamese, led by Ho Chi Minh, drove the Japanese out of the country.
One of the most significant holidays in the Vietnamese calendar, Sept. 2 marks the day revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh declared Vietnam's independence from France. Across the country, Vietnamese commemorate this monumental occasion with flags, cheerful festivities and fireworks at night.
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