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Hotels & Airbnb Accommodations Near Con Dao Prisoner, Vietnam From 22 USD

Hotels & Airbnb Accommodations Near Con Dao Prisoner, Vietnam
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The legendary Côn Đảo Prison was built by French Colonists in 1861 on the island in the Côn Đảo archipelago. This notorious prison was used to prison those deemed too dangerous to the French government. Many high ranking leaders of Vietnam were imprisoned here over the years. As such, this locale has been deemed an important relic of the past and of national importance, even till today. The most famous site of the prison is the “tiger’s cage”. The rest of the prison has a 120 cells. The prison was closed after the Vietnam War, when the country united. This prison is currently open for visitors. Visit this historically significant locale to experience a bit of Vietnam’s history for yourself. Keep reading to check out these great places to stay nearby!

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