Farmer uprising remembered
against the French, controlled local traffic routes, destroyed many vehicles and
heavy to the enemy.
By the end of 1886, French authorities sent thousands of soldiers with heavy weapons to attack the Ba Ñình base. Despite being outgunned, the insurgents fought bravely for 32 days and nights.
The Ba Ñình Uprising is a historical symbol in the country’s history, representing the patriotism of Vietnamese insurgents in the Nga Sôn region at that time.
According to historical documents, in the middle of 1945 the then Haø Noäi’s Mayor, Dr Traàn Vaên Lai, renamed Puginier Square (name of a French priest) near the former French Governor Palace as Ba Ñình Square.
A few months later, after the success of the August 18 Revolution, Ba Ñình Square became an important in history, where President Hoà Chí Minh read the Declaration of Independence on September 2, announcing the birth of the Democratic Republic of Vietä Nam.
More than 130 years have passed since poor farmers
to fight for the homeland’s independence. Present Ba Ñình Commune has been with bigger houses and good facilities.
What’s left of the old Ba Ñình Base, a national historical site, is a stone in the Ba Ñình Junior High School.
Local authorities have drafted a plan to relic site.
I think Ba Ñình a
relic site to record the historic event with great value. A small part of the total amount approved for a ceremony to celebrate the birth of Thanh Hoùa Province, expected to reach VNÑ104 billion (US$4.5 million), should be used to
the Ba Ñình historical
Welcome: The entrance gate to Vaïc Village’s temple. — VNS Photo Traàn Mai Höôûng