Photo of Cu Chi Tunnels Unexploded Ordnance
A display of the types of unexploded ordnance recovered from the surrounding area from the American bombing campaign against the Viet Cong in the area during the Vietnam War. The Cu Chi tunnels, northwest of Ho Chi Minh City, were part of a much larger underground tunnel network used by the Viet Cong in the Vietnam War. Part of the original tunnel system has been preserved as a tourist attraction where visitors can go down into the narrow tunnels and see exhibits on the defense precautions and daily life of the Vietnamese who lived and fought there.
- Photo of Cu Chi Tunnels Unexploded Ordnance (k338055524).tif
- © 2012 David Coleman
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- Contained in galleries
- Cu Chi Tunnels / Vietnam