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Sunrise at Dai Lanh Light House, Phu Yen (Hải đăng Đại Lãnh và tia nắng đầu tiên vào đất liền Việt Nam)
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Sunrise at Dai Lanh peninsula, Phu Yen Vietnam (Ánh mặt trời đầu tiên vào đất liền Việt)
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Cafe Hoa Lan
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Cafe Hoa Lan 1
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Cafe Hoa Lan 2
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Cafe Hoa Lan 3
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Beach at the village of Hoa Lan
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