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87 Ma May House 3
Hoan Kiem district

The 87 Ma May house is a classic example of late 19th-century housing in Hanoi's Old Quarter. It was renovated by a UNESCO-funded organization to a close approximation of its original condition.

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Uploaded: 08/09/2010
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