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Saigon Colonial Architects

Saigon Capital In 1943


Cathedral

Town Hall

Municipal Theatre
Bonard Boulevard

Saigon-Capital
of South Vietnam ……

Never Forget Saigon!


The Heart of Vietnamese Father Land
Chi Hoa battle in 1861
Gia Dinh Map in 1790
Before Under French Domination

SaigonMinh
underHuong
French
Village
Domination
in 1862-1955
(Cho Thiet – Phu Tho later)
French
Cholon
Saigon attacked
under
EarlyFrench to Gia
1802-1859
Domination
Dinhin
Citadel in 1859
19th Century

Saigon early in 1698-1802 with


wild land covered by dense
forests, swarms, rivers…

French
Cholon
attacked
Markettounder
GiaThe
Saigon
Former
Dinh
French Early
Tau
Citadel in1698-1802
Hu
Domination Canal
1859
Saigon Capital In 1943
Governor General Palace Cathedral
Central Post Office
Justice Palace Taberd High
School.
Prison Cochin-Chine Governor
Palace Town Hall

Continental Hotel
Casino
Municipal Theatre
Bonard Boulevard

Immigration Saigon Map


Office
Under French Domination

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Khanh Hoi Side

Indochine Bank

Swing Bridges

Arroyo Chinois canal


(Ben Nghe Canal)
De La Somme Boulevard
(Ham Nghi Blvd.)

Customs Office
Saigon River
Municipal Theatre Charner Boulevard View toward River Tax Shopping Center

Bonard Boulevard View Hotel of Ville - Rex Town Hall


toward Ben Thanh Market

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Saigon Town Hall in 1924
(1898-1909)
Bonard Boulevard view
toward Ben Thanh Market

Charner Boulevard view


toward Saigon River

Charner Boulevard
Charner
Charner Boulevard and
Boulevard seenVannier
Near from the
Saigon Street
River
waterfront on the Saigon River
Tax Shopping
Center in 1924

Hotel of Ville – Rex


In 1924
Municipal Theatre Built in 1898-1900
The Square in Front of The Municipal Theatre in 1923

The Catinat street view toward the Cathedral

The Theater Square view toward the Bonard The Theater Square view toward the Cathedral
street
The Catinat street from near
the Multiple Theater to the Saigon River

Catinat Street seen


from Saigon River

The Catinat street from near the Cathedral to the Saigon River in 1923
The Norodom Boulevard view toward
The Colonial Government Palace

Independent Palace of South Vietnam President in 1954

Norodom Palace of Governor General in 1935 (1868-1873)


Cochin-Chine Governor Palace in 1918
The Notre Dame Cathedral(1877-1880) and
Statue of the Bishop of Adran after 1918

The Notre Dame Cathedral (1877-1880) before 1918


The workers of post &
Telegraphy department
In 1862

The Post &


Telegraph
Office
(1886-1891)
After 1731, First Ben-Thanh Market located on Lon canal bank.
The Circle was next location of New Saigon Market 1911-1914

The Central Market, Ben Thanh in 1925


(1911-1914)
Palace of
Justice

Gia Long
High School
The Saigon Cholon Tramway
Station was built in 1881 Saigon Electric
Tramway Station

Saigon My Tho Railroad

was built in 1882

Saigon Railway Office


was built
The Saigon in 1882
My Tho Railroad
was built in 1882

Indochine Bank on
Saigon River North bank
Phu Tho Race Track

Cho Quan Power Station was


built in 1896 on bank of
Saigon river & Sol canal

Saigon Zoo
View of Adran Street (Vo duy Nguy Sg.)
Adran Street
(Vo duy Nguy Sg.)

View of Adran Street (Vo duy Nguy Sg.)

Saigon Barracks
Pellerin Street 1904
EarlySaigon
Cau Ong
FishLanh
Market
Fish Market

Binh Trieu Bridge

Trinh Minh The Street Dragon House


around K Docks (1860-1864)
Saigon Port on Khanh Hoi side, just
across the Ben Nghe canal

Saigon, Patent Slip and Dry Dock at


the Quai de L'Argonne

Saigon Trade Port in 1860


Khanh-Hoi
View First
The toWharf
Crane
of Saigon
Dragon System
house Trade
of Port
across
The Former
Ben Saigon
Nghe Port
The First Stores oncanal
the Former
Saigon Trade Port River - Looking Downstream
Saigon

Ships at the old Saigon docks.


Nha Be Oil Storage Depots
Le Van Duyet Temple

Tu-Duc Temple in Saigon

Pagoda near Cau Ong Lanh market

An Annam Pagoda at Neuve Street A Mosque in Saigon


Tau Hu canal & market in Cholon of

A canal in Cholon the 18th century


A Rice Barge on a Canal at Cholon

A canal in Cholon

A bridge on the canal in Cholon


Khanh Hoi, in 1967-1968
there was a lot of swamp
and canals only a few blocks
west of Trinh Minh The
“Thu Thiem” Transportation Sampan
on Saigon River

The Bridge is over the


Ben Nghe Canal
(Arroyo Chinois canal)
“Cong Dung Ngon Hanh” of Vietnamese young Lady In 1947
Vietnamese Life
under French Domination
in 19th Century,
Before Vietnam War 1954-1975
(To Be Continued)
Saigon in Vietnam War 1954 1975