Back in 1972, I shot this photograph of an Islamic mosque under construction along the main street between downtown Saigon and the airport. This street was called Cong Ly in those days.
I was enamored with the delicacy of the concrete construction.
This mosque continues to exist today, but this section of the street in the Phú Nhuận District of Ho Chi Minh City is now named Nguyễn Văn Trỗi.
This street was recently widened, so I am surprised that the mosque was set sufficiently back to escape having its facade chopped back.