|• Total||3.00 sq mi (7.76 km2)|
|Time zone||Indochina Time (UTC+07:00)|
Bắc Nghĩa is an urban ward (phường) in Đồng Hới, Quảng Bình Province, in Vietnam. It covers an area of 7.76 km² and has a population of 6981.
Ward, a type of third tier subdivision of Vietnam is divided into 11,162 units along with township and commune have equal status.
Đồng Hới is the capital city of Quảng Bình Province in the north central coast of Vietnam. The city's area is 155.71 km2 (60.12 sq mi). Population as per the 2013 census was 160,000. It is served by National Highway 1A, the Đồng Hới Railway Station, and airport. By road, Đồng Hới is 486 kilometres (302 mi) south of Hanoi, 195 kilometres (121 mi) south of Vinh, 160 kilometres (99 mi) north of Huế and 1,204 kilometres (748 mi) north of Hồ Chí Minh City. It borders Quảng Ninh District on the west and south, the South China Sea on the east, Bố Trạch District on the north.
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