Notes on the Geography of Laos: Luang Prabang: Photo 5
The upstream side of the city is confined by the Nam Khan, a stream that parallels the Mekong before joining it, thus creating a peninsula occupied by a third of Louang Prabang. This is the part of the city where efforts to retain a traditional or colonial flavor are most likely to succeed, because there's no room for expansion.
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