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Four Vietnamese photographers have been named in the top 50 finalists of the AGORA awards 2019 - the biggest photography contest in the world.
With its 22 km coastline borders the Gulf of Thailand, Ha Tien city in Kien Giang province boasts magnificent landscapes, which attracts lots of tourists.
The annual “floating season” in Mekong Delta, when the water level is on the rise and the rivers and canals expand, takes place from the seventh to the ninth lunar month.
74 years ago, President Ho Chi Minh proclaimed the Declaration of Independence in Hanoi, announcing the birth of Vietnam. From this historic moment, a new chapter has opened in the nation’s history.
A Pa Chai Border Marker Zero is located in Dien Bien province’s Muong Nhe district. It stands at the point which separates Vietnam, Laos and China.
Geneva agreement signed 65 years ago has made changes in the international situation as well as Vietnam's position. The agreement is hailed as a significant milestone of Vietnam’s diplomacy.
After 20 years since being awarded the title 'City for Peace', Hanoi has constantly made efforts to become a modern city imbued with a rich national identity, preserving the title awarded by UNESCO.
Lak lake in Dak Lak province is the second largest natural freshwater lake in Vietnam. Surrounded by mountains and primeval forests, Lak Lake is also home to unique cultural values of M'nong people.
Tourists to Tay Phuong pagoda in Thach Xa commune, Thach That district, Hanoi are likely to opt for Che lam (sticky rice flour cake), which is believed as a gift from Buddha.
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An exhibition in Hanoi is portraying the life of northern Vietnamese through black-and-white photos.