In French artist's unpretentious photos, every Vietnamese woman a true beauty

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40 photos of Vietnamese women by Réhahn Croquevielle will be on display in Hoi An between July 20 and August 20 


 A woman sits in front of her house in northern Vietnam. The photographer Réhahn Croquevielle has spent more than nine years traveling and living in Vietnam, where he takes a lot of photos of local women.
 This photo of Bui Thi Xong, who rows a boat for a living in Hoi An, is one of his famous shots. He has been promoting it as the photo of the most beautiful woman in the world.
 A woman at her vegetables garden in Hoi An. Croquevielle, who has been living in Hoi An for four years, said he is always impressed by the beauty and spirit of Vietnamese women.
A woman of the Hre ethnic group in Quang Ngai Province, central Vietnam. This photo is one of 40 that will be featured in an exhibition along Nguyen Phuc Chu Street, across the river from Hoi An's Japanese Bridge, between July 20 and August 20 to celebrate womanhood. 
 A woman smiles with a heavy load on her back.
 A H’Mong woman carries her child while working the field in Son La Province in northern Vietnam.
 A woman removes dirt and straw from her rice in Yen Bai Province, northern Vietnam.
 A 73-year-old H’Mong woman in Sa Pa in northern Vietnam.
 Champa women on a sand hill in Ninh Thuan Province in central Vietnam.

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