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Japanese Bridge, Hoi An, Vietnam Constructed sometime in the early 1600s. Hoi An was an important trading port for Chinese, Dutch, Indian, and Japanese merchants up until the 17th century. many of the old houses in Hoi An reflect influence of both Chinese and Japanese architecture. The Hoi An Japanese Bridge remains a symbol of the significant impact that the Japanese had in the region. Although his work has been appreciated for centuries, the builder of the bridge still remains anonymous.

Japanese Bridge, Hoi An, Vietnam Constructed sometime in the early 1600s. Hoi An was an important trading port for Chinese, Dutch, Indian, and Japanese merchants up until the 17th century. many of the old houses in Hoi An reflect influence of both Chinese and Japanese architecture. The Hoi An Japanese Bridge remains a symbol of the significant impact that the Japanese had in the region. Although his work has been appreciated for centuries, the builder of the bridge still remains anonymous.

#Vietnam - Hoi An - Market © Michel Gotin

#Vietnam - Hoi An - Market © Michel Gotin

#Vietnam, Hoi An, Arroyo ©Michel Gotin  by Easia Travel

#Vietnam, Hoi An, Arroyo ©Michel Gotin by Easia Travel

Puente cubierto Japonés de Hoi An.  http://www.vietnamitasenmadrid.com/2011/07/hoian.html

Puente cubierto Japonés de Hoi An. http://www.vietnamitasenmadrid.com/2011/07/hoian.html

#Vietnam - Hoi An - Lantern making © Michel Gotin

#Vietnam - Hoi An - Lantern making © Michel Gotin

Hoi An, Vietnam #colors

Hoi An, Vietnam #colors

Bikes in Hoi An, #Vietnam ©Michel Gotin

Bikes in Hoi An, #Vietnam ©Michel Gotin

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