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Can Cau fair in Si Ma Cai
Vietnam

Can Cau fair is opening Saturday every week. Can Cau belonging to Si Ma Cai dsitrict, Lao Cai province. The fair is opening beside the 153 roadside, the only red dirt road connecting the Si Ma Cai town with Bac Ha town.

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