Dak Nong is a province located in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. In our province, in 1858, French colonialists invaded our country and gradually brought troops to the Central Highlands. We, therefore, have some special historical sites these days. One of the most interesting places is the revolutionary historical site of Dak Mil prison. This prison was built by the French colonialists in early 1940. It is situated in an old forest in Dak Min district to house a large number of Vietnamese patriotic snails and revolutionary soldiers. It designed in the style of a longhouse or nhà sàn. This prison was imprisoned from the beginning of November 1941 to the end of 1943. This place is so historic and excited that I've visited twice. The second site is the historical site of the places in the movement against French colonialists of Mo Nong people. places that mark the tenacious struggles of the ethnic minorities on the Mo Nong plateau led by the hero No Trang Luong for a quarter of a century (1911-1935)The third is the historical and historical site of clearing Ho Chi Minh road. The place connected the two strategic lands of the South Central Highlands and the northeast. clearing the North-South trail, ending the divided battlefield, opening up for the Vietnamese revolution to enter a new historical period and creating great strength for the unification of spring in 1975. The fourth is the hill battle site 722-Dak Lak. A place that marked many fierce battles of the army forces and the locals during the historical period from 1968-1975 to drain the enemy's vitality and raid the fort system. The final site is Gia Long waterfall which is located on the Sreprepok river, in Dak Sor commune (Krong No). In 1930-1933, the French colonialists mobilized all the people and prisoners at Buon Me Thuot prison to work extremely hard and miserable under the brutal whip of their torture, so they could build A bridge hanging over Êakong river. preserving cultural heritage is the responsibility of the whole community expressing gratitude: "Drink water and remember of its source". For the country to be rich both in the material and spiritual life, it is necessary to pay special attention to historical sites as this is an extremely valuable resource contributing to the country's construction and development.