As the first communal house of Vietnamese people in the Central Highlands, Lac Giao Communal House is located at 67 Phan Boi Chau, Thong Nhat ward, Buon Ma Thuot city built by the people of Lac Giao village in 1928, with the purpose of making a place of cultural activities, beliefs and worship of the village god. "Lac Giao" means to express the friendship, the Kinh - Thuong vow to fight together against the oppression and exploitation of the colonial government.
Dinh Lac Giao
The communal house was built in the Mon script with an area of 100m2 located in an area of 700m2, including: Main house, Tien Hien house (Existing house), Assembly house, Kitchen, house for communal house and toilet. The construction costs are all contributed by the villagers of Lac Giao. The Nguyen court ordained the temple to worship the god Emperor Dao Duy Tu.
After the August Revolution was successful, Lac Giao Communal House was the place to launch the revolutionary government, the children of Lac Giao village became soldiers of the National Guard or joined the revolutionary government such as Mr. Ho Bang - Chairman of Lac village. Giao, Mr. Le Van Tin - Vice Chairman of the town's Provisional Revolutionary Committee and many compatriots and comrades sacrificed for national independence. This is also the place where the launching event of the Military Management Committee of Buon Ma Thuot town took place on March 18, 1975.
In 1990, the Minister of Culture and Information (now the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism) issued Decision No. 168/QD-BVHTT, dated March 2, 1990, ranking Dinh Lac Giao as a historical monument. National history.
Every year, on the occasion of Spring and Autumn, at Dinh Lac Giao, the villagers hold sacrifices: Spring Festival (January 17 of lunar calendar), Autumn Festival (August 16 of lunar calendar) with the purpose of praying for blessings. With favorable weather and favorable weather, national peace and prosperity, Hung Kings Commemoration Ceremony (March 10 of the lunar calendar), Commemoration of 100 Southern soldiers and compatriots who died in Buon Ma Thuot on December 1, 1945 (27/27). 10 lunar calendar).