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A recently published book featuring 261 monochrome photos taken by French photographer Pierre Dieulefils (1862-1937) sheds light on Vietnam in the late 19th century.
As April sets in lotus blossoms reveal their most brilliant beauty in the central province of Quang Tri.
With the Lunar New Year 2020 few weeks away, local farmers in Tay Tuu flower village in Hanoi is ready for the busiest season of the year
It has only been in development for nearly 10 years, but the traditional weaving mat from uzu trees in Tan Chau (An Giang province) is still developing well thanks to the combination of production model associated tourism.
The first cold wind has arrived in Hanoi, bringing with it beautiful weather, with West Lake busier in the early morning.
Hon Do coral island in Ninh Hai district, Ninh Thuan province has a pristine beauty with coral reef formed by volcanic activities. It is now a new destination for tourists during summer holiday.
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Binh An Village in Binh Lang commune, Tan Tru district, Long An province is renowned for its hundreds-of-year-old drum making craft, which is still upheld by locals.
The beauty of Ta Oi ethnic’s costume is linked with their traditional craft ‘zeng’. Zeng is a type of brocade of Ta Oi people in A Luoi district in the central province of Thua Thien - Hue.
Photographers of the two northern mountainous provinces of Hoa Binh and Lao Cai have showcased their works depicting the beauty of local nature and people.
Hue City is not only known for its citadel but also the beautiful landscape which has been shown via flycam photos of Le Huy Hoang Hai.
Since the capital city of Hanoi was liberated 65 years ago, it has witnessed enormous changes but kept historical values.
65 years have gone since Hanoi was liberated from the French. The capital city has changed in more ways than one. Let’s take a glance at the glorious victory through a series of photos below.
Hanoi’s Van Chuong is a special lane, where you can easily get lost when coming there for the first time.
A road in Hanoi’s Long Bien District has become an attractive place for young people to check in for its romantic beauty created by red maple trees.
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A photo titled “Dance in the Sea” by Vietnam's Le Van Vinh has been awarded the first prize in the “people in nature” category at the Nature Conservancy’s global photo contest this year.
The ordinary and beautiful moments of daily life across the country were captured in lively and truthful images through the lens of many photographers.
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.