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Vietnamese markets in the past as seen in black-and-white photos

In the past, traditional markets in Vietnam were opened every day or during certain sessions, depending on the area. 

The markets were not only a place to trade and exchange goods, but also a place for gathering, information exchange and community activities.

Below are valuable documentary photos of the markets of the Vietnamese in the past, reflecting the national culture.

Ấn tượng chợ Việt Nam xưa qua những bức ảnh đen trắng

Cau Giay Market, Hanoi

Ấn tượng chợ Việt Nam xưa qua những bức ảnh đen trắng

Ky Lua Market, Lang Son province.

Ấn tượng chợ Việt Nam xưa qua những bức ảnh đen trắng

A dog market in the outskirts of Hanoi

Ấn tượng chợ Việt Nam xưa qua những bức ảnh đen trắng

A vegetable market in Hanoi

 
Ấn tượng chợ Việt Nam xưa qua những bức ảnh đen trắng

A corner of a flower market in Hai Phong city.

Ấn tượng chợ Việt Nam xưa qua những bức ảnh đen trắng

A buffalo market in Thanh Hoa.

Ấn tượng chợ Việt Nam xưa qua những bức ảnh đen trắng

A bamboo market along the Red River.

Ấn tượng chợ Việt Nam xưa qua những bức ảnh đen trắng

A corner of Buoi market in Hanoi.

Ấn tượng chợ Việt Nam xưa qua những bức ảnh đen trắng

A market in Hung Yen.

Ấn tượng chợ Việt Nam xưa qua những bức ảnh đen trắng

Lach Tray Market in Hai Phong.

Ấn tượng chợ Việt Nam xưa qua những bức ảnh đen trắng

A village market in the South.

Ấn tượng chợ Việt Nam xưa qua những bức ảnh đen trắng

Ba Diem Market in Saigon.

Ấn tượng chợ Việt Nam xưa qua những bức ảnh đen trắng
A market in Soc Trang province.

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