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12 Old Photos Of Saigon Street Vendors

No matter if you’re a local or a foreigner, one image from Saigon will always stay with you - street vendors - an integral weave in the city’s urban fabric, both culturally and economically.

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It is also a profession that has existed since the earliest days of Saigon’s history, but aside from the addition of autotune tracks and flashing lights, in many ways, today’s vendors differ little from their ancestors. 

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