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Riverboat, Rangoon, Burma
A group of half-naked Burmese people travel in a boat down a river in Rangoon, Burma (Myanmar). Today the region is known as Yangon, as is the river that runs through it. Date: 1885
Media ID 32250730
© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans
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