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Dương Văn An (1514-?) was a minister in the cabinet of Mạc Dynasty. He was born in 1514 in Tuy Lộc Village, Lộc Thủy Commune, Lệ Thủy district, Quảng Bình province. He was the author of a geography-history book about châu O, Ô Châu cận lục, Hán tự: 烏州近錄. Though Ô Prefecture was in fact from now Quảng Bình to Quảng Nam provinces, the book recorded the history and geography of today Quảng Bình, Quảng Trị and Thừa Thiên–Huế provinces.

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Sơn Thủy may refer to several places in Vietnam, including:

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