The Nine Dynastic Urns, each dedicated to an emperor, stand in front of the Hien Lam Cac pavilion in the Imperial City in Hue, Vietnam.
I walk past these windows while exploring the vast Imperial City in Hue, Vietnam.
In ancient times, walking down the long corridor of the Left House is where someone would prepare oneself for a meeting with the emperor in the Imperial City in Hue, Vietnam.
These ladies carry around their chickens as they try to make a sale at the market in Hoi An, Vietnam.
Now who doesn’t enjoy a cool drink on a hot morning at the market in Hoi An, Vietnam.
Interestingly enough, the symbol adopted for the ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam, is the Japanese Covered Bridge.
Early in the morning, the streets are quiet in Hoi An, Vietnam.