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Driving Highway One: Qui Nhon

Sunrise in Qui Nhon. Vietnam's long coastline offers many spectacular sunrises.

Sunrise in Qui Nhon. Vietnam's long coastline offers many spectacular sunrises.

Sunrise in Qui Nhon. Vietnam's long coastline offers many spectacular sunrises. The beach at Qui Nhon. Fields along Highway One outside Qui Nhon.

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Published on 2/1/95

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