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Need help identifying an old HCMC building

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My dad and friends took the merchant ship Cambodge from Hong Kong to Marseilles in 1959. They had a layover in Saigon and took some pictures. They were able to identify the places they took them, with the exception of this "church/temple"-like building. No idea if it is still standing, but wonder if anyone may have idea, or can suggest some sites or forums that I can ask around.

Really would like you take a look and any response or comments are appreciated.

http://rkkwan.zenfolio.com/img/s6/v135/p328192708-6.jpg
http://rkkwan.zenfolio.com/img/s6/v139/p93593856-6.jpg

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