Location: Village 1, Buon Choah Commune, Krong No District

 Coordinates: 12026’36.79 “North latitude; 107057’55.5 “East

Historical witnesses and survey team are identifying the grave site of N’Trang Gưh

The site of the N’Trang Gưh grave, the village, the field and the base of the insurgent army led by the leader of N’Trang Gưh led the anti-Siamese troops in the French colonial period.

The relic was named after the chief of N’Trang Gưh, who had great merit in establishing and expelling Siamese troops (1884 -1887) and French colonialists (1990 – 1914), as the basis and premise for many anti-colonial revolts of Dak Nong and Central Highlands later. N’Trang Gưh, commonly known as Y Gưh, H’Dok (Y Gưh H’Đơk), is a Bih, born in 1845 in Coah Kplang, now Buon Choah commune, Krong No district (N ‘ Trang is understood hero, glory, great, clear).

N’Trang Gưh is called by the people Bih with the name is Mbâ N’Trang Gúh, Ama N’Trang Gúh, … (Mbâ, Ama means father). He is a talented, virtuous, wealthy, good at hunting, …

In Buon Choah, N’Trang Gưh has called for the gathering of more than 600 youths from 20 villages in the Krong No and Krong Ana basins to stand up to the uprisings of the entire Siamese army in the Tur and Phok in the end of 19th century.

In 1900, once again N’Trang Gưh stood up to gather the villagers rebelled against the French. Under the leadership of N’Trang Gưh, the revolt lasted more than a decade, winning many glorious victories, shocking Indochina and French.

The place marked the great sacrifice of the leader N’Trang Gưh – the talented leader of the nation; expressing the willful struggle of the Bih people, Ede under the command of the leader of N’Trang Gưh, upholds the spirit of solidarity, and eventually expels the colonial invasion of the land of his father. he was happy forever.

Historic memorial N’Trang Gưh reflects the crimes committed by the French colonialists against the ethnic groups of Dak Nong and Tay Nguyen; is proof of the failure of the colonial invasion in extending the ruling network to the highlands.

The fight against foreign invasion of the leader of N’Trang Gưh and Bih compatriots have gone down in history, the remnants of N’Trang Güh is forever pride in the heroic history of indigenous people, Both sacred, dignified, both bring high spiritual values ​​to educate the revolutionary tradition, protect the country homeland; Awakening the political consciousness, the spirit against foreign aggression for the younger generation. At the same time, the ethics of “drinking water remember the source”, the deep gratitude of local people in particular and Tay Nguyen ethnic people in general for their great respect, great gratitude to the foreign invasion, bring peace to the nation.

On 2/8/2011, the State recognized as historical relics National Decision No. 2366 / QD-BVHTTDL, Ministry of Culture Sports & Tourism.Top of Form