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Lively Hanoi in the 1990s via French photographer's lens

Updated at Tuesday, 12 Jun 2018, 16:21
The Hanoitimes - The following black and white photos of Hanoi were taken by a French photographer in 1991.
French photographer Patrick Zachmann captured the soul of Hanoi city in 1991 via his black and white photos. As a freelance photographer since 1976 and a member of Magnum Photos since 1990, he has dedicated himself to long-term works, books and video films, all dealing with the themes of memory, identities and immigration.
 
Hanoi street life and architecture are reflected in a photo.
Hanoi street life and architecture are reflected in a photo.
Crowded Hang Buom street.
Crowded Hang Buom street.
St. Joseph's Cathedral in Hanoi. A hub for tourists in the past as well as today.
St. Joseph's Cathedral in Hanoi. A hub for tourists in the past as well as today.
Hoan Kiem district’s Police Headquarter, a place remains today
Hoan Kiem district’s Police Headquarter, a place remains until today
Headquarter of State Bank of Vietnam in Hanoi, 27 years ago
Headquarter of State Bank of Vietnam in Hanoi, 27 years ago
A meeting of children at Tuoi Tho kindergarten in Hang Buom street.
A gathering of children at a kindergarten in Hang Buom street.
Shops are in close proximity to one another. Some people have the habit of drinking iced tea on the sidewalk.
Shops are in close proximity to one another. Some people have the habit of drinking iced tea on the sidewalk.
Kitchen corner in a Hanoi restaurant at the time.
Kitchen corner in a Hanoi restaurant at the time.
Cyclo - A popular means of transport in 1990s
Cyclo - a popular means of transport in 1990s
A paddy field on the outskirts of Hanoi.
A paddy field on the outskirts of Hanoi.
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Photo: Magnum Photos
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