Phường Ba Đồn
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Ba Đồn is a ward (phường) in Ba Đồn town, Quảng Bình Province, Vietnam. The township is the district seat and located on National Route 1A, about 40 km north of the provincial capital, Đồng Hới. The ward is the commercial and service center serving surrounding rural areas. Ba Đồn, together with some surrounding communes of Quảng Trạch were incorporated into a 3rd municipality (town or thị xã ) on December 26, 2013. [ citation needed ]
Ba Đồn is a town in Quảng Bình Province, Vietnam. The town is equal to a huyện and located on National Route 1A, about 40 km north of the provincial capital, Đồng Hới. The township is the commercial and service center serving surrounding rural areas. Ba Đồn was incorporated into a 3rd municipality including some neighboring communes of Quang Trach District on December 20, 2013. 2013
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