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Lantern festival

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On the 14th day of each lunar month, Hoi An turns into a fairytale village of colorful lanterns. Residents in the old quarter switch off their lights and hang cloth and paper lanterns on their porches and windows, and the noise of TV and radio is gone for the night.

Wandering the quiet, romantic streets is like a dream.

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On the 14th day of each lunar month, Hoi An turns into a fairytale village of colorful lanterns. Residents in the old quarter switch off their lights and hang cloth and paper lanterns on their porches and windows, and the noise of TV and radio is gone for the night.

Wandering the quiet, romantic streets is like a dream.

On the 14th day of each lunar month, Hoi An turns into a fairytale village of colorful lanterns. Residents in the old quarter switch off their lights and hang cloth and paper lanterns on their porches and windows, and the noise of TV and radio is gone for the night.

Wandering the quiet, romantic streets is like a dream.

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