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Lệ Mật

Lệ Mật is a village 7 km northeast of central Hanoi, Vietnam, in the city's Long Biên District. It is known the "snake village",[1] and locals have been employed as snake catchers in Northern Vietnam for generations.[2]

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  1. ^ I Ate And Drank Cobra In Vietnam's Snake Village. Vice Magazine.
  2. ^ Historical remains & beautiful places of Hanoi Minh trị Lưu - 2000 - Page 114 "Lệ Mật villages have a genious skill of cooking snake in tens of dishes, they are all tasty and nutritious. Annual festival of Lệ Mật village is carried out on the 23"* of the third lunar month to commemorate the young man of the Hoangs who has "

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