Naga Cities of the Mekong: A Guide to the Temples, Legends and History of Laos
Media Masters, 2006 - 128 ページ
A guide to the fascinating story of Laos. It focuses on the three Lao capitals situated along the mighty Mekong River - Luang Phrabang, Viang Chan (Vientiane) and Champasak. It traces the fortunes of each capital from their legend-rich founding, their years under French colonialism, the struggle for independence, on to the creation of the state.
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