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Quảng Ninh is a province along the northeastern coast of Vietnam. It is 153 km (95 mi) east of Hanoi. The province is home to Hạ Long Bay, a World Heritage Site. The provincial capital is Hạ Long. Nearly 80% of the province is mountainous with abundant land, forest water and mineral resources. Nearly 90% of coal output in the country is extracted in this province. Hạ Long Bay has 1,969 islands, out of which 989 have been given names. The province covers an area of 6,102.4 square kilometres and as of 2014 it had a population of 1,185,200 people.
Hải Dương is a city in Vietnam. It is the capital of Hải Dương, a highly industrialized province in the Hanoi Capital Region and the Red River Delta in Northern Vietnam. Its name is Sino-Vietnamese for "ocean sun" (海陽). The city is at the midpoint between the capital Hanoi and major port Haiphong, and is part of the Northern Key Economic Zone. In 2019, Hai Duong city had a population of 507,469.
Móng Cái is a city of Quảng Ninh Province in northern Vietnam. Located on China–Vietnam border, it sits on the southern bank of Beilun River across Dongxing city of China's Guangxi Autonomous Region. It has a population of about 103,000. It is known as one of the wealthiest cities in Vietnam with the average income in some areas exceeding US$20,000 per family. One of these areas is the Trần Phú ward.
Hạ Long is the capital city and 1st-class provincial city of Quảng Ninh Province, Vietnam. The name Hạ Long means "descending dragon". The city was created in 1993, when the old capital, Hòn Gai, was merged with Bãi Cháy – the main tourist area. The city mainly lies on Hạ Long Bay. It is located at about 178 km (111 mi) east of Hanoi. The population in 2013 was 227,000.
Lệ Thủy is a district of Quảng Bình Province in the North Central Coast of Vietnam. The district borders Quảng Ninh District on the north, Vĩnh Linh District on the south, Laos on the west. Lệ Thủy central is 40 km south of the provincial capital Đồng Hới. The district government seat is Kiến Giang Township. The district area is 1420.52 km2, population: 140,804 (1998). Lệ Thủy District is home to Võ Nguyên Giáp and the family of Ngô Đình Diệm. Economy bases on agriculture, mainly rice culture. Mỹ Trạch massacre by French army happened here on 29 November 1947.
Tân Bình may refer to several places in Vietnam, including:
Quảng Ninh is a rural district in Quảng Bình Province. The district capital is Quán Hàu. Quảng Ninh borders Đồng Hới to the north, Bố Trạch to the northwest, Lệ Thủy District to the south and the South China Sea to the east. Quảng Ninh has an area of 1,190.89 km2, and in 2004 the population was 90,000. The district has 25 km of coastline and a 35 km border with Laos. National Route 1A, Ho Chi Minh Highway and the Hanoi–Saigon Railway crosses this district. The two main rivers are Nhật Lệ River and Long Đại River.
Tan Thanh may refer to several populated places in Vietnam:
Hải Ninh is a rural commune (xã) and village in Quảng Ninh District, Quảng Bình Province, in Vietnam.
Bắc Sơn may refer to several places in Vietnam:
The Battle of Mong Cai was fought during the Sino-Vietnamese War between 16 February and 10 March 1979 over the city of Móng Cái and other districts of Quảng Ninh Province that bordered the People's Republic of China. The battle broke out as Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) units launched diversionary attacks in support of the Chinese invasion in the major fronts of Lạng Sơn, Cao Bằng and Lào Cai. However, the Chinese failed to attract any Vietnamese reinforcements into the battle.
Tân An is the capital city of Long An Province, Vietnam. Tân An may also refer to several other places in Vietnam, including:
Thanh Bình may refer to several places in Vietnam, including:
Cẩm Bình may refer to several places in Vietnam, including:
An Ninh may refer to several places in Vietnam, including:
Trần Phú was a Vietnamese revolutionary and the first general secretary of the Indochinese Communist Party. Several places in Vietnam are named after him: