Rome exhibition portrays Vietnam at peace

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Captivating scenes of daily life from different parts of Vietnam are being shown in Rome through the work of award-winning photographer Maurizio Cofini.

This is the second exhibition on Vietnam by the Italian who has visited country five times over the last 15 years.

Most of the 50 or so photographs in the current exhibition capture the beauty of Vietnamese landscapes including the ancient houses in Hanoi, flower sellers, the shadow of tamarind trees on the Sword Lake, Ha Long Bay with islands in the fog, ethnic minority children in Sa Pa, and coconut palms along a canal in the Mekong River Delta.

Cofini's first exhibition on Vietnam was held last September.

 

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