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[Photos] 10 Remarkable Black-and-White Shots of Saigon in 1967

Details Published on Monday, 11 February 2019 11:00 Written by Saigoneer. Lush bunches of fresh bananas at a market, a street-side merchant selling embroidery artworks to tourists, and Buddhist worshipers praying at a local temple — these Saigon scenes are rather mundane by today’s standards. However, at the time these …

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[Photos] Vung Tau in 1970: Bars, Beaches and a Bustling Bazaar (2)

Details Published on Monday, 07 January 2019 11:00 Written by Saigoneer. Opposite of Saigon’s metropolitan vibes, Vung Tau in 1970 was a quiet town optimized for tourism activities, as shown through these film snapshots by Australian serviceman Barry Connors. Pristine white beaches, rows of kitschy tourist bars and breezy seaside …

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[Photos] Vung Tau in 1970: Bars, Beaches and Bustling Bazaar

Details Published on Monday, 07 January 2019 11:00 Written by Saigoneer. Opposite of Saigon’s metropolitan vibes, Vung Tau in 1970 was a quiet town optimized for tourism activities, as shown through these film snapshots by Australian serviceman Barry Connors. Pristine white beaches, rows of kitschy tourist bars and breezy seaside …

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[Photos] A Stroll on the Quaint Streets of 1920s Chau Doc

Details Published on Wednesday, 26 December 2018 12:00 Written by Saigoneer. Today, Chau Doc is a busy secondary town just a stone’s throw from the Vietnam-Cambodia border. Formed at the intersection between two major rivers, the city has always been a dynamic trading hub connecting Khmer merchants with commercial centers …

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[Photos] Take a Trip Back In Time To Ong Lanh Bridge

Details Published on Tuesday, 18 December 2018 17:57 Written by Saigoneer. Believed to be built in the 19th century, Ong Lanh bridge is a name that, upon its mention, often conjures up tales and myths of Vietnamese gangsters and criminals. Cau Muoi market, which is located underneath the bridge, was …

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