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This is because the construction has many doors and windows and its base is about one metre higher than the land surface, making the house more spacious and comfortable.

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#5 THE KLEBBER BAR, THE PENINSULA Situated inside the new Peninsula Hotel, Le Bar Kléber is a beautifully restored salon dating back to La Belle Époque.

High ceilings combine with oak panelling and gold leafing at this spectacular spot, where the agreement that ended the Vietnam War was signed in 1973.

___________________________________________________________________ SEE ALSO DESIGN CAFÉ GERMAIN IN PARIS BY INDIA MAHDAVI ___________________________________________________________________ #4 LE BARON A favorite with jetsetters and celebrities alike, Le Baron is one of the most exclusive venues in the capital.

Bar staff serve up perfect cocktails while a relaxed, hip crowd dance to 80s punk rock until the early hours.

There are four stairs to get into the house: two of them are bow-shaped and lead into main compartments, while the two others lead to the two wings of the house.

Stopping at the stairs, visitors can have a closer look at the sophisticated decorative encaustic patterns of the domes and doors.

#2 HARRY’S NEW YORK BAR Said to be the birthplace of classic cocktails such as the Bloody Mary and French 76, Harry’s New York Bar is a Parisian landmark.

First opened in 1911, it was frequented in its prewar years by such literary giants as Hemingway, Sartre and F. An American in Paris is said to have been composed in its underground piano bar.

It was built in 1870 by the Duong family on an area of nearly 6,000m² and is currently managed by Duong Minh Hien, the family’s sixth generation descendant.

Going through the entrance gate, tourists approach a large courtyard paved with red Chinese tiles.

Located on Bui Huu Nghia Street, Can Tho City, the Binh Thuy ancient house is a rare ancient constructions in Viet Nam which has been well preserved and kept intact, allowing visitors to explore the culture and the life of Southwest region’s people in the 20th century.

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