This gallery contains a number of miscellaneous photos taken in Hoi An. The Japanese covered bridge (Cau Nhat Ban), also known as Pagoda bridge, was built in th 16th century and is Hoi An's most famous landmark. On its northern side there is a pagoda. In a side street running parallel to the river there is an open-air market, where vegetables, fruits but also handicrafts are sold.
01 Panorama view with fields 02 Old man carrying heavy baskets 03 Alley 04 Spherical lanterns frames
05 Japanese covered bridge 06 Japanese covered bridge 07 Japanese bridge entrance 08 Japanese bridge detail
09 Street market 10 Souvenir seller 11 Fruits vendor stall 12 Yam (sweet potatoes) 13 Vegetables and fruits seller 14 Vegetables and fruits seller
15 Vegetables and fruits seller 16 Vegetables and fruits seller 17 Buddha heads and statues
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