Photographers capture central region’s beauty

Update: 13:29 | 03/08/2017
At a photo contest on Vietnamese beauty, the land and people from the central region are lively and vividly featured through the lenses of photographers.
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Fishing on Nhu Y River in Central Thua Thien-Hue Province. (Photo: Zing)
photographers capture central regions beauty
Sunrise on Tam Giang Lagoon. (Photo: Zing)
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Cu Lao Xanh in Central Binh Dinh Province. (Photo: Zing)
photographers capture central regions beauty
Binh Ba Island in the South-central coastal province of Khanh Hoa. (Photo: Zing)
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Diep Son Island in Khanh Hoa. (Photo: Zing)
photographers capture central regions beauty
Minh Long Waterfall in Central Quang Ngai Province. (Photo: Zing)
photographers capture central regions beauty
Firework display on the bank of Han River in Danang City. (Photo: Zing)
photographers capture central regions beauty
Salt makers in Ninh Hai District, Ninh Thuan Province. (Photo: Zing)
photographers capture central regions beauty
Long Dai Ferry Terminal in Quang Binh Province. (Photo: Zing)
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(Source: VOV)