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Vespa cavalcade

Vespa cavalcade

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SOVANN PHILONG

The Kingdom's Vespa enthusiasts gathered on Sunday for Le Tour de Phnom Penh to mark International Women's Day. Participants attached their own country's flag to their Italian scooters, manufactured by Piaggio, and set off from the main Post Office near Wat Phnom, driving down Sisowath Quay, Norodom Boulevard, streets 271, 598 and 273, and Monivong Boulevard before arriving at the Independence Monument.

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