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The pool at Patuxai Park. Vientiane, Laos
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Patuxai is one of many historic attractions and a great landmark in Vientiane. Visitors who come to this city and drive pass this monument can't resist stopping by and having a closer look at this site.

The Victory Gate of the city was built in 1962 out of U.S.-purchased cement that was intended for a new airport.

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