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​Saigon through the lens of two of its expat wanderers

​Saigon through the lens of two of its expat wanderers

Wednesday, September 06, 2017, 19:43 GMT+7
Philip Genochio in a photo he provided Tuoi Tre News
Philip Genochio in a photo he provided Tuoi Tre News
A photo of @saigonpix taken by Philip Genochio
A photo of @saigonpix taken by Philip Genochio
A photo of @saigonpix taken by Philip Genochio
A photo of @saigonpix taken by Philip Genochio
Tanya Olander laughing with two local vendors in a photo taken by photographer Maria Graven while the two were shooting in District 3 – Photo provided by Tanya Olander
Tanya Olander laughing with two local vendors in a photo taken by photographer Maria Graven while the two were shooting in District 3 – Photo provided by Tanya Olander
A photo taken by Tanya Olander for @somewheresaigon
A photo taken by Tanya Olander for @somewheresaigon
A photo taken by Tanya Olander for @somewheresaigon
A photo taken by Tanya Olander for @somewheresaigon
A photo taken by Tanya Olander for @somewheresaigon
A photo taken by Tanya Olander for @somewheresaigon
The Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon is seen in a photo taken by photographer Tanya Olander from Sweden
The Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon is seen in a photo taken by photographer Tanya Olander from Sweden

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