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24 Aerial Photos Of Old Đà Lạt

Blessed with a cool climate and rolling hills flanked with pine trees, Đà Lạt, the brainchild of Alexandre Yersin, was founded as a sleepy French vacation town where development and nature struck a delicate balance.

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Taken between the 1920s and 60s, these aerial pictures depict a peaceful place, nestled in the valley of the Langbian Plateau, characterized by verdant landscapes and beautiful colonial buildings. 

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