From late May to early June, domestic and foreign visitors flocked to Hang Mua tourism site in the northern province of Ninh Binh to comtemplate the beauty of mountain ranges and rice fields.


Golden ripe paddy fields looking from the peak of Hang Mua (Photo: VNA)






















                                         Source: VNA

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