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Vietnam's iconic non la hats

Wednesday, May 11, 2016, 11:45 GMT+7
A woman wearing a traditional hat, known as non la sits in a rice field outside Hoi An, Vietnam April 5, 2016.
A woman wearing a traditional hat, known as non la sits in a rice field outside Hoi An, Vietnam April 5, 2016.
Women wearing traditional hats, known as a non la, sit in a market in Hoi An, Vietnam April 5, 2016.
Women wearing traditional hats, known as a non la, sit in a market in Hoi An, Vietnam April 5, 2016.
A woman wear a non la while cleaning the Museum of Folklore in Hoi An.
A woman wear a non la while cleaning the Museum of Folklore in Hoi An.
Women wearing traditional hats, known as a non la, sit in a market in Hoi An, Vietnam April 7, 2016.
Women wearing traditional hats, known as a non la, sit in a market in Hoi An, Vietnam April 7, 2016.
A woman wearing a traditional hat, known as a non la, sells breakfast at the Japanese Bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam April 5, 2016.
A woman wearing a traditional hat, known as a non la, sells breakfast at the Japanese Bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam April 5, 2016.
A Vietnamese traditional hat, known as a non la, is seen in a tree in Hoi An, Vietnam April 5, 2016.
A Vietnamese traditional hat, known as a non la, is seen in a tree in Hoi An, Vietnam April 5, 2016.
Women wearing traditional hats, known as non la, sit in a market in Hoi An, Vietnam April 5, 2016.
Women wearing traditional hats, known as non la, sit in a market in Hoi An, Vietnam April 5, 2016.
Women wearing traditional hats, known as non la, sell fruits in Hoi An, Vietnam April 4, 2016.
Women wearing traditional hats, known as non la, sell fruits in Hoi An, Vietnam April 4, 2016.
Women wearing traditional hats, known as non la, sell fruits in Hoi An, Vietnam April 4, 2016.
Women wearing traditional hats, known as non la, sell fruits in Hoi An, Vietnam April 4, 2016.
A woman sits on a motorcycle outside a market in Hoi An, Vietnam April 4, 2016.
A woman sits on a motorcycle outside a market in Hoi An, Vietnam April 4, 2016.
A woman wearing a traditional hat, known as a non la, sells food for breakfast in Hoi An, Vietnam April 5, 2016.
A woman wearing a traditional hat, known as a non la, sells food for breakfast in Hoi An, Vietnam April 5, 2016.
A woman wearing a traditional hat, known as a non la, poses for a portrait at a market in Hoi An, Vietnam April 5, 2016.
A woman wearing a traditional hat, known as a non la, poses for a portrait at a market in Hoi An, Vietnam April 5, 2016.

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