Truong Bon Nghe An or Truong Bon Historical Relic is situated in Do Luong District, Nghe An Province in the north central region of Vietnam. It marks the glorious victory of Vietnamese army and people in the war 1954 – 1975.
Truong Bon is a 5km-long pass section in National Road 15A which was an important strategic position in transport hub of North – South Vietnam during the war.
Constructed in 2010 and completed in July 2015 on an area of 217,327m², Truong Bon Historical Site includes many items, the highlight of which is the tomb area of 13 youth volunteers who sacrificed in the bombardment on 31 October 1968 in Truong Bon Nghe An. The tomb area is nestled on the pine hill where was the youth volunteers shelter.
The historical site also has memorial house and an exhibition house displaying several war relics. There are also in the area of Truong Bon Nghe An a lake, a festival ground, restored 3 bomb craters, bell tower, a large relief reflecting the life, labor process and combat of soldiers and youth volunteers in the past. The commemorative monument is 27m high and over 1m large with bluestone blocks in the shapes of incense sticks.
Truong Bon Historical Site has been recognized as National Historical Relic since 1996.