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Cuisine in Bac Ha fair (thắng cố ở chợ phiên Bắc Hà)
Vietnam
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Uploaded: 05/01/2012
Updated: 11/08/2014
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Traditional food in Bac Ha fair (thắng cố ở chợ phiên Bắc Hà)
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Meat selling area in Bac Ha fair (quầy bán thịt ở chợ phiên Bắc Hà)
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Breakfast at Bac Ha fair (chợ phiên Bắc Hà)
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A corner of Bac Ha fair (Một góc bán hương chợ phiên Bắc Hà)
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A corner for cloth selling in Bac Ha fair (một góc vải vóc ở chợ phiên Bắc Hà)
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Local goods selling area in Bac Ha fair, Vietnam (Góc bán gùi ở chợ phiên Bắc Hà)
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The buffalo selling area in Bac Ha fair, Vietnam (Chợ trâu ở chợ phiên Bắc Hà)
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The colors of Bac Ha fair (Sắc màu chợ phiên Bắc Hà)
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Father and son blacksmiths in Bac Ha fair, Vietnam (Cha con bác thợ rèn ở chợ phiên Bắc Hà)
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The buffalo selling area in Bac Ha fair, Vietnam (chợ trâu bò ở chợ phiên Bắc Hà)
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