The Teachers College of Dalat (formerly the Grand Lycee Yersin) is the architecture world Association of Architects (UIA) as one of the 1,000 unique construction of the world in the 20th century. French School was founded in 1927 by architect Moncet design and direct construction for the children of France and the Vietnamese family wealth. Dalat Petit Lycée school in 1932 was renamed the Grand Lycée de DalatLycee memorial to Dr. Yersin Alexandre Yersin. Array class built the arc, bare brick red brick school was being transported from Europe to, roofing tiles from France. Currently roofing panels have been replaced by the old broken tiles were no longer used anymore. The highlight of the complex to form a bell curve. Outside the former bell tower has a clock but may have been removed, visitors can only see traces of the big clock in the background while the tiles. Above the bell tower is no longer so probably have been removed during the former regime.