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The best September photos on VietNamNet

Hot air balloons with the Vietnamese national flag of 1,800m2 on the banks of the Saigon River, Typhoon Noru making landfall in Quang Nam Province, the roofs of many houses being blown away...

These are among the images from September published on VietNamNet.

Two hot air balloons pulled the national flag of 1,800m2 on the banks of the Saigon River on September 2 evening to celebrate the National Day of Vietnam. Photo: Chi Hung
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and his Cuban counterpart Manuel Marrero Cruz reviewed the Honor Guard of the Vietnam People's Army on the morning of September 29, at the Presidential Palace in Hanoi.
After 2 years of hiatus due to the Covid-19 epidemic, VietNamNet’s “Things Everlastings” national concert returned as usual at 2pm on September 2 at the Hanoi Opera House.
On the evening of September 3, popular singer Tuan Hung performed on the 2nd floor balcony of his house in Hang Khay Street, by Hoan Kiem Lake (Hanoi), attracting thousands of people. Six days later, he had to pay VND 12.5 million administrative fines for organizing a music show without permission. Photo: Hoang Ha.
On the evening of September 24, singer Tuan Hung held a concert on his balcony entitled "Thank you" after being licensed by the local authorities. The show attracted thousands of people to Hang Khay Street. After the show, Tuan Hung suddenly knelt down. This action surprised the audience and they shouted loudly. Photo: Nhat Sinh.
After two years affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, the buffalo fighting festival in Do Son district (Hai Phong) was held again. As usual, after the fight, whether they win or lose, the buffaloes are all slaughtered. Buffalo meat is sold for the audience to buy for luck. Photo: Mr. Nguyen.
On the evening of September 7, the bodies of victims in the fire at An Phu karaoke bar were taken to Thuan An General Hospital (Binh Duong province). The fire claimed the lives of up to 33 people. Photo: Chi Hung.
To avoid overcrowding, many people chose the alluvial grounds along the Red River with an open space for their Mid-Autumn Festival, which fell on September 10. Photo: Thach Thao.
Heavy rain in the North from the early morning of September 7 caused the water level of rivers in Hanoi to rise. Some areas in Chuong My district was submerged, causing losses for local farmers. Photo: Nhat Sinh.
The Chua Ro ox racing festival in Tinh Bien district, the southern province of An Giang, took place on the morning of September 18 with the participation of 20 pairs of oxes. This is one of the key activities of the Don Ta festival of Khmer people. Photo: Chi Hung.
In mid-September every year, Mu Chang Chai becomes a tourist hotspot when rice fields ripe. Photo: Thach Thao.
Expressway Bac Giang - Lang Son, Cao Bo - Mai Son, Hanoi - Hai Phong, Van Don - Mong Cai... are modern transport projects that have been opened for traffic recently. Photo: Cau Gie - Ninh Binh expressway with a total length of 50km, 4 lanes. Photo: Hoang Ha.
Tourist attractions and dining centers in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City were flooded with international visitors in the second half of September after the Covid-19 pandemic has been under control in Vietnam and the world. In the photo, Mr. Palvin's family from Slovenia is excited to see the streets of Hanoi on a car. "We have visited almost every famous place in Hanoi. The people here are very friendly and open. It's great to come to Vietnam," said Mr. Palvin. Photo: Mr. Nguyen.
At 4 a.m. on September 28, Typhoon Noru made landfall in Quang Nam province. The whole city of Tam Ky was cut off electricity to ensure safety. The typhoon swept the roofs of many houses. This is the house of Mrs. Luong Thi Mai's family in An Phu ward, Tam Ky district. Photo: Thach Thao.
The ancient town of Hoi An was in a shabby scene, the water flooded tens of centimeters deep after the typhoon Noru passed. Photo: Thach Thao.

Le Hai Phong, 24, a communications officer working at the Vietnam Tennis Federation, has been a drag queen performer for the past 3 years. Drag queen is a special performing arts, popular among the gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. Photo: Mr. Nguyen.

Hon Thom is one of the most beautiful places in Phu Quoc. Photo: Vu Minh Quan.

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