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In Sa Pa, Viet Nam a girl rides her water buffalo. This picture comes from National Geographic: Japan. #RuralScene #VietNam #Buffalo Photograph credit: Denis Rozan, Your Shot

REDS.VN - 40 bức ảnh màu vô giá về miền Bắc Việt Nam trước 1975 2 sisters and their buffalo.

Indigenous Hmong women plant rice shoots in Bac Ha, Viet Nam. According to World Bank figures, every year the world produces 356 kg of cereal per person, yet 40 million die of hunger. A more than 30% rise in food prices last year has taken a huge toll on the world’s poor. Photo ID 491875. 25/06/2011. Bac Ha, Viet Nam. UN Photo/Kibae Park. www.unmultimedia.org/photo/

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Portrait of a Vietnamese Girl

Vietnamese girl in ao dai and a nón lá (leaf hat). This ensemble is associated with the central city of Huế, Vietnam.

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The 9 Best Things To Do In Vietnam

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Rice Fields

Salt workers in Vietnam (photography, photo, picture, image, beautiful, amazing, travel, world, places, nature, landscape)

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Children of Ha Giang Province, Vietnam.

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Lao Cai province is a mountainous region in northwestern Vietnam ena border with Yunnan province in China. It covers an area of ​​6,383.9 square kilometers and, by 2008, had a population of 602.300 people