Phan Boi Chau Memorial Area in Hue has major clusters of works, including: The house at the time of Phan Boi Chau's life, Phan Boi Chau Tomb, Phan Boi Chau Cathedral, Worship Hall, Phan Boi Chau Statue, Phan Boi Chau Cemetery...
- His house on Ben Ngu slope: Phan Boi Chau's house was built in 1926, designed by him, Mr. Vo Liem Son - teacher of Quoc Hoc school led the construction. The house has three compartments, symbolizing the three regions (North, Central, South), leaves roofed the house, and the ground wall is relatively high and airy. In the middle is the square space to give a speech. There are separate rooms around.
- Phan Boi Chau's tomb: Phan Boi Chau's tomb is located in the middle of the garden. After his death (October (29/10/1940) 1940), with the money of the people in the country, Huynh Thuc Khang stood out to build the tomb and temple.
The tomb has a length of 7m, a width of 5m, has 5 steps of 0,8m high, about 1m from the front of the tomb is a stele 1,8m high and 0,8m wide, on the surface of the stele there is a song "Tu Minh" in Chinese written by Mr.Phan in 1934.
The content of "Tu Minh" is as follows:
This is my eternal home, when I die I must be buried here, later must follow the instructions
It is forbidden to follow the burial ceremony, build tomb and temple in accordance with the custom.
It is forbidden to make funeral offerings in a fictitious way.
It is forbidden to tell anyone to mourn in a fictitious way.
My friends need not to know about the news of my death, just to remember it. All those who follow my heart, only follow the narrative, and nothing else is needed.
Lunar calendar year of the Dog, date ... month...
Western calendar year 1943 date ... month...
(Translated by Prof. Chuong Thau)
- Phan Boi Chau temple: Built by Huynh Thuc Khang in 1941 with the remaining money. The temple was built on the right side of the house, which was formerly a three-block house with brick walls and tile roofs.
- Ancestral temple was built from April 1955 to 1956. Ancestral temple is a large, massive tile house, about 8m high, yin-yang tile roof, facing the tomb of Phan Boi Chau. From the front the ancestral temple there is a sign that reads "Ancestral temple of the martyrs and Mr. Phan Boi Chau".
Currently, the ancestral temple is used as a place to display about 150 artifacts and documents about the life and revolutionary activities of Phan Boi Chau.
Since 1987, the relic has added a bronze statue of Phan Boi Chau by sculptor Le Thanh Nhon in 1973 with the participation of students of the College of Culture & Fine Arts. This is the largest type of head in Southeast Asia (with a height of about 4,5m, 2,5m thick and 3,5m wide, made of 13 copper pieces weighing 7 tons). Since 2012, in order to promote the artistic value in the education of patriotism, the statue has been moved to the banks of the Perfume River, near Truong Tien Bridge at 19 Le Loi, a worthy position in the heart of the ancient capital of Hue.
In addition,there is also the cemetery named Phan Boi Chau. This is a 4.000m2, campus, located on Quang Te hill, now located at 5 Thanh Hai street, Truong An ward, Hue city near Nam Giao esplanade. The cemetery land was purchased by Phan Boi Chau at the same time as the land for the house at Ben Ngu slope. In 1934, he set up a standard for people to be buried here. In the cemetery there are now more than 20 graves of patriotic revolutionaries such as: comrade Nguyen Chi Dieu, female doctor Dam Phuong, writer Hai Trieu (Nguyen Khoa Van), poet Thanh Hai (Pham Ba Ngoan), martyr Le Tu Nhien,...
Along with the main relics, in the garden area of Phan Boi Chau's house on Ben Ngu slope, there are a number of other relics such as: Tu Tang Bat Ho tomb, Phan Nghi De's grandparents tomb (son and daughter-in-law of Phan Boi Chau), the stele of the Vietnam-Japan exchange relationship from the Dong Du movement, Le Thi Dan stele, Ky stele, Va stele, wells...