Sun. Apr 14th, 2024

VietNamNet Bridge – Last June, Vietnamese businessman Pham Dinh Nguyen paid $0.9 million to buy Buford, the smallest town in the US state of Wyoming. Nguyen is about to changed the town name into Phin Deli (phin coffee delicious).

Some pictures of the town after the change of ownership:

buford town, pham dinh nguyen coffee, phin deli

buford town, pham dinh nguyen coffee, phin deli

Transferring the symbol key of the town from the old to the new owner. The representative for Mr. Pham Dinh Nguyen at Buford is Mrs. Rosie Weston.




buford town, pham dinh nguyen coffee, phin deli

Pham Dinh Nguyen poses in front of the souvenir shop in Buford town. With the handover of the key of the town, Nguyen also became the new mayor.





buford town, pham dinh nguyen coffee, phin deli

The 3-bedroom house is fully equipped. Some furniture was delivered
to Mr. Don Sammons in Denver one day before the town was handed over to
the new mayor.



buford town, pham dinh nguyen coffee, phin deli

The living room is designed and decorated in the cowboy style.




buford town, pham dinh nguyen coffee, phin deli

A scribbled letter of a Vietnamese visitor who happened to visit the town after the auction.




buford town, pham dinh nguyen coffee, phin deli

Buford can be considered as the town that is photographed the most in the U.S, based on its area (sq.m). In the months of good weather, every day nearly 2,000 people stop by the town. The majority of them are travelers who stop to take pictures in front of the board of the America’s smallest town.




buford town, pham dinh nguyen coffee, phin deli

Near Buford is a tourist site with plants growing on rocks, which has attracted tourists from 1867, one year after the foundation of the town of Buford (1866).




buford town, pham dinh nguyen coffee, phin deli

The working room is about 40m2, just for one person.



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By vivian