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Taken in December of 2015 near Hoi An
Tags: East Vietnam Sea, Hoi An, photographs, photos, pictures, South China Sea, tourism, travel, Vietnam
Nice! What are those rugged things beyond the wall?
Some kind of concrete work. I presume to control erosion during monsoon season, but that’s just a guess.
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