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Vietnam’s Son Doong Cave awes US television viewers

Thursday, May 14, 2015, 17:37 GMT+7

Son Doong Cave – the world’s largest – and its neighbor, which are located in a UNESCO-recognized park in Vietnam, wowed millions of American viewers as the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) aired live a signature program featuring the two caves’ resplendence on Wednesday.

ABC broadcast the show accentuating the astounding magnificence of Son Doong and En (Swallow) Caves on “Good Morning America,” a much-loved program watched by an average of six million subscribers every day.

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