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. ribon-tack-13x13.gif (113 bytes)   This page will display recent photographs that are furnished to us of Can Tho, Vietnam.  .
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This area is being started with recent photographs of Can Tho that are being provided to us by Joe O'Donnell and his wife Miss Tuyet, from their visits back to Can Tho
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102.  A multi level restaurant at the waterfront park area in Can Tho,  2001
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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103.  A multi level restaurant at the waterfront park area in Can Tho,  2001
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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104.  A view of the Saigon-Can Tho Hotel two blocks off the waterfront in Can Tho. 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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105.  A view of the Saigon-Can Tho Hotel two blocks off the waterfront in Can Tho. 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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106.  This is the new museum dedicated to Viet Nam history.  Not open yet, when this photo was taken.  A beautiful building on Hoa-Binh Ave. 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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107.  The small pagoda on the waterfront in Can Tho.  The inside has been redone since I was last inside during the 65-67 period.  It is nice. 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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108.  The old Provincial Prison.  I believe it's being kept as a historical land mark. 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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109.  The old Provincial Prison.  I believe it's being kept as a historical land mark. 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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110.  The main Post Office in Can Tho, located on Hoa-Binh Avenue. 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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111.  The courthouse in Can Tho, just around the corner from the street that the Mekong Hotel was located on.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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112.  A new building, part of the courthouse complex.  Just behind the building you can see the Mekong Hotel  being remodeled.  There use to be a large old French style house located here-right next to the old Mekong Motel.  Just to the left of the old house was a very old and very big tree.  The house and tree are both gone now.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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113.  A high school in Can Tho, just off Hoa-Binh Avenue on a side street.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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114.  A large old French influence house.  If you left the Mekong Hotel, turned right and went to the corner and tuned left, you would be in front of this house.  Or if you walked from the Mekong Hotel to Nghinh Longs tailor shop you passed this house. Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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115.  Another French style building.  Banner reads "Happy New Year."
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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116.  View of the Ninh Kieu restaurant/bar just at the end of the waterfront park.  This restaurant is at the spot where the U.S.Navy Station was located. Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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117.  View of the Ninh Kieu restaurant/bar just at the end of the waterfront park.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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118.  Peoples Republic of Vietnam museum, located on Hoa-Binh Avenue close to the post office.  This shot is the main gate.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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119.  Peoples Republic of Vietnam museum.  This shot is of the Ho Chi Minh musem.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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120.  Peoples Republic of Vietnam museum.  Joe O'Donnell at entrance to the Ho Chi Minh musem.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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121.  Peoples Republic of Vietnam museum.  Joe O'Donnell by the Ho Chi Minh statue.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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122.  Peoples Republic of Vietnam museum.  Joe O'Donnell by a scale model of Ho Chi Minh's house.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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123.  Peoples Republic of Vietnam museum.  Unopened military museum that is almost finished.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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124.  Peoples Republic of Vietnam museum.  The white building to the left contains artillery pieces, aircraft and helicopters.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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125.  Peoples Republic of Vietnam museum.  Old cannons.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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126.  Peoples Republic of Vietnam museum.  SAM missile, outside of the museum.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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127.  Peoples Republic of Vietnam museum.  SAM missile, outside of the museum.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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128.  Peoples Republic of Vietnam museum.  SAM missile, outside of the museum.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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129.  A monument to the Viet Cong fighters on the outskirts of Can Tho going towards Cai Rang.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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130.  Another view of the monument to the Viet Cong fighters on the outskirts of Can Tho.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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131.  This is the exact spot where the 13th Aviation Battalion Headquarters was located prior to moving to the Can Tho Airfield.  Now it is a row of shops.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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132.  A view of the Ferry crossing at Can Tho, the gate.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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133.  A view of the Ferry crossing at Can Tho, the ramp.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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134.  A view of the Ferry crossing at Can Tho, on the river.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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135.  A Dragon dance parade in Can Tho.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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136.  Selling fresh fish.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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137.  Selling fresh pork, cooked.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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138.  Selling fresh pork, uncooked head table.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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139.  Selling fresh chicken.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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140.  The Floating Market at Cai Rang, just outside Can Tho.  Five hundred large boats gathered to wholesale fruits and vegetables.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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141.  The Floating Market at Cai Rang, just outside Can Tho.  Small boats move among the large boats buying what they need.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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142.  The Floating Market at Cai Rang, just outside Can Tho.  Small boats unload to retail their products.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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143.  The Floating Market at Cai Rang, just outside Can Tho.  The large boats display available products tied to long poles on their boats.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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144.  The waterfront park along the river at Can Tho.  The statue of Ho Chi Minh in the park .
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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145.  The waterfront park along the river at Can Tho.  Tuyet O'Donnell wearing a Vietnamese Ao Dai at the park .
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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146.  The waterfront park along the river at Can Tho.  An example of the well kept lawns and shrubs .
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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147.  The waterfront park along the river at Can Tho.  Another example of the well kept lawns and shrubs .
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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148.  The waterfront park along the river at Can Tho.  View of the upper end of the park by the market area of Can Tho .
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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149.  The waterfront park along the river at Can Tho.  Joe O'Donnell along the park walkway in Can Tho .
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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150.  The waterfront park along the river at Can Tho.  Joe O'Donnell along the park walkway in Can Tho .
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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151.  The TRUNG VIET knick knack store, formerly NGHINH LONG Tailor Shop.  The store is now operated by Mr. Long's daughter.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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152.  An expanded view of the TRUNG VIET store. The shoe on the 3rd floor is a left over symbol from the early 60's when the G.I.s shopped here as NGHINH LONG.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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