Visiting the Cu Chi Tunnels – Historic Vietnam war site
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The Cu Chi Tunnels are a network of tunnels to the northwest of Saigon built by communist guerrilla troops (Viet Cong). The tunnel network is now a popular tourist attraction, being one of the most visited war-related sites in Vietnam.
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