Phu Quoc Prison

An Thoi, Phu Quoc, Kien Giang, Vietnam
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Phu Quoc Prison is a prison in Phu Quoc, southern Vietnam (today it is in Kien Giang Province. The prison was built in 1949-1950 by the French colonists to jail those considered specially dangerous to the colonist government.
Many of the high ranking leaders of Vietnam were detained here. It is ranked a special historical relic of national importance by the government of Vietnam. The most famous site in this prison is “tiger’s cage” . The prison covers an area of 40,000 square metres (0.015 sq mi). The prison was closed after the country united and just opened for visitors later.

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