A bust of President Ho Chi Minh was unveiled at Montreau Park near the Museum of Living History on May 19, 2005.
Source: Hommage Franco-Vietnamien à Ho Chi Minh au Parc Montreau, Tout Montreuil Journal, May 20–June 2, 2014, p. 3.
A commemorative plaque dedicated to President Ho Chi Minh was unveiled in 1983 at the house on 9 Compoint Lane where he lived from July 1921 to March 1923. The plaque reads: “At this place from 1921 to 1923, Nguyễn Ái Quốc commonly known as Hồ Chí Minh, had lived and fought for the independence and liberty of the Vietnamese people and other oppressed peoples.”
Source: Sur les murs de Paris: Guide des plaques commémoratives by Alain Dautriat, L’inventaire, 1999, page 137. Photo: Creative Commons.
A statue of President Ho Chi Minh was created by Hungarian sculptor László Marton (1925–2008) and erected at Ho Chi Minh Garden on April 30, 1976 to commemorate the Reunification Day in Vietnam.
Source: Zala Media, May 19, 2018.
A commemorative plaque and a statue of President Ho Chi Minh were placed at Antica Trattoria della Pesa Restaurant.
Ho Chi Minh worked at the restaurant and lived in an upstairs room.
Left: The plaque was installed on the centenary of his birth on May 19, 1990 and reads: “Ho Chi Minh frequented this place during his international missions in the 1930s in defence of the freedom of the peoples.”
Right: The statue was put inside the restaurant on June 5, 2012.
Source: Ho Chi Minh: Un Rivoluzionario a Milano, Molly Brown, November 3, 2017. Photos: SGGP Online.
Ukrainian-born sculptor Vladimir Efimovich Tsigal (1917–2013) created a monument in honour of President Ho Chi Minh that was unveiled at Ho Chi Minh Square on May 18, 1990 to mark the centenary of his birth. The square was named after Ho Chi Minh soon after his passing in 1969.
Source: Ho Chi Minh Monument in Moscow: A Symbol of Vietnam-Russia Friendship, VTV News, May 18, 2020. Photo: Kiến Thức.
RUSSIA (Saint Petersburg)
A statue of President Ho Chi Minh was inaugurated at the Ho Chi Minh Institute on the campus of Saint Petersburg State University on May 19, 2010 to commemorate the 120th anniversary of his birth. On his first visit to Russia, Ho Chi Minh arrived in Petrograd (now Saint Petersburg) on June 30, 1923.
Source: President Ho Chi Minh’s Revolutionary Career Highlighted in Russia, Vietnam Plus, May 20, 2018. Photo: Kiến Thức.
A statue of President of Ho Chi Minh was erected at Ho Chi Minh Square, Ulyanovsk, on June 6, 2017.
Source: Ho Chi Minh Statue Inaugurates in Russia, Voice of Vietnam, June 7, 2017. Photo: VOV.
A commemorative plaque of President Ho Chi Minh was displayed at the Horné Saliby Municipal Office on September 20, 2017. Ho Chi Minh visited Horné Saliby on July 18, 1957.
Source: Kultúrne pamiatky a zaujímavosti Trnavského kraja (Cultural Monuments and Attractions of the Trnava Region), Školské, August 7, 2019.
UNITED KINGDOM (London)
A commemorative plaque dedicated to President Ho Chi Minh was placed at New Zealand House in 2008. Ho Chi Minh lived in London and worked as a pastry chef at the Carlton Hotel in 1913. The hotel was destroyed by German air raids in 1940 during the Second World War and the site has become the office of the High Commission of New Zealand in London.
Source: Young Ho Chi Minh With Grand Chef Escoffier, DTI News, March 2, 2010. Photo: Creative Commons.
UNITED KINGDOM (Newhaven)
A monument dedicated to President Ho Chi Minh was inaugurated at the Port of Newhaven in England on May 19, 2013.
Ho Chi Minh worked as a pastry chef on the Newhaven-Dieppe ferry in 1913.
Source: Ho Chi Minh in Newhaven: From Pastry Chef in East Sussex to Patriotic Leader of Vietnam, Independent, April 5, 2015. Photo: Vietnam UK Network.