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Sunrise in Halong Bay
Vietnam
Floating above the waters of Halong Bay right before sunrise. Halong Bay is part of the UNESCO World Heritage and is visited by thousands of tourists each day. Especially the 2 or 3 day cruises are extremely popular since you can sleep on the boat and see Halong Bay in all its glory. This panorama was taken before sunrise on a quiet morning and shows the serene of Halong Bay.
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