Dalat past and present 0

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The photo series will show visitors the changes over the years of the tourist train route to Trai Mat, Da Lat market and Cau Dat tea hill area.

The central area of Da Lat in the 1960s, the row of houses below is Anh Sang hamlet.

The central area of Da Lat in the 1960s, the row of houses below is Anh Sang hamlet.

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In the central area of Da Lat city today, part of Anh Sang hamlet has been relocated to build a road.

In the central area of Da Lat city today, part of Anh Sang hamlet has been relocated to build a road.

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Da Lat – Thap Cham train in the 1940s. The unique feature of the train serving this route is that the locomotive is designed with additional serrations to climb the pass.

Da Lat – Thap Cham train in the 1940s. The unique feature of the train serving this route is that the locomotive is designed with additional serrations to climb the pass.

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Today, only a part of this route is used for tourism, the Da Lat – Trai Mat route has a route of about 7 km.

Today, only a part of this route is used for tourism, the Da Lat – Trai Mat route has a route of about 7 km.

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The villa was taken in 1940. Photo taken from Lam Dong Museum

The villa was taken in 1940. Photo taken from Lam Dong Museum

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And is currently the headquarters of Lam Dong Provincial People’s Committee.

And is currently the headquarters of Lam Dong Provincial People’s Committee.

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Marché area in the 1950s. Photo taken from Lam Dong Museum

Marché area in the 1950s. Photo taken from Lam Dong Museum

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The landscape has not changed much in Hoa Binh area today.

The landscape has not changed much in Hoa Binh area today.

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The road to Da Lat market in the 1960s did not have many trees or construction works.

The road to Da Lat market in the 1960s did not have many trees or construction works.

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Today, Da Lat market is a tourist attraction, with houses growing close to both sides of the street.

Today, Da Lat market is a tourist attraction, with houses growing close to both sides of the street.

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The gate leading to the Vietnam Tea Company – Cau Dat Tea Department was taken in 1927. Photo taken from Lam Dong Museum

The gate leading to the Vietnam Tea Company – Cau Dat Tea Department was taken in 1927. Photo taken from Lam Dong Museum

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Today, Cau Dat tea hill is not only a trace of the history of Dalat, but also a favorite place for backpackers and those who like romantic scenery.

Today, Cau Dat tea hill is not only a trace of the history of Dalat, but also a favorite place for backpackers and those who like romantic scenery.

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