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12 thoughts on “Huong River: The Spirit of Hue City”

  1. Cám ơn Len đã viết về quê nhà của cô.
    Đó là nơi đẹp nhất VN : )

    “Con sông dùng dằng, con sông không chảy
    Sông chảy vào lòng nên Huế rất sâu…”
    (Thu Bồn)

    1. Cháu cảm ơn cô Mai vì 2 câu thơ. Ngắn gọn nhưng miêu tả được hết bản chất của sông Hương: chậm rãi nhưng rất khó quên 🙂

  2. Wonderful pictures, Len! The river has been the source of life in most civilisations. The pagoda looks equally stunning. There’s so much to see and so little time. 🙁

    1. Thank you for visiting 😀 As you said, the river is like the bloodline of a city. I’ve never seen any large city being built far from the river.

  3. Len, you have painted such an intriguing and romantic picture of the Huong River with your words and photos. I love that it translates into perfume river. It’s very cool that the Truong Tien Bridge was designed by Gustave Eiffel. The light show is amazing. Why so many name changes?

  4. You did justice in capturing the beauty of Huong River.It looks really divine in a day and more even delightful to see at night.I am sure the rich history of this city and the past generations have their own stories to tell about their lives shared with it.Come to think of it, without this river, I guess Hue City won´t be complete.
    I would really love to see a Pagoda, it´s so mysterious.

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