Argentinean photographers show works on Vietnam

As many as 26 photos of Vietnamese landscapes and livelihoods by Argentinean artists are being showcased on June 3 in the capital city of Buenos Aires , Argentina.

The exhibits have been selected from hundreds of photos taken by a group of 13 photographers during their 25-day trip across Vietnam early this year.

The event features the daily activities of Vietnamese people in Ho Chi Minh City during the New Year holiday (Tet) as well as the beauty of the World Natural and Cultural Heritage Sites of Ha Long Bay and Hoi An Ancient Town in northern Quang Ninh and central coastal province of Quang Nam , respectively.

Professor Marcelo Gurruchaga from the Argentina University of Enterprises (UADE), one of the group members, highlighted his impressions of the Vietnamese land and people.

Analia Gurruchaga , also from the delegation, expressed her adoration of Vietnam and its people, saying the nation boasts a long and glorious history, rich culture, great friendliness and hospitality.

The event will run until June 12 .-VNA

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