GALLERY 15
LAOS - Luang Prabang


Set at the confluence of two rivers that almost surround the town and beneath a temple-topped hill, Luang Prabang is a wonderful patchwork of traditional Lao wooden houses and hints of European architecture - reminders of when Laos was part of the French colony of Indochine. Golden-roofed wats (temples), decorated with mosaics and murals of the life of Buddha sit under the gaze of wrap-around teak balconies and 19th century shuttered windows, against a backdrop of verdant greenery and rugged mountains.


Monks at dawn collecting alms of rice from kneeling villagers (and early-rising tourists).


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Ancient temple carved into a cave
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Ancient temple carved into a cave
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Ancient temple carved into a cave
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Inside the temple
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Inside the temple showing all the Bhuddas
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Fisherman repairing his nets
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Women selling her handicrafts
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People giving food to monks in the early morning
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People giving food to monks in the early morning
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People giving food to monks in the early morning
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People giving food to monks in the early morning
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People giving food to monks in the early morning
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People giving food to monks in the early morning
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