Quy Đạt

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Quy Đạt
Location in Vietnam
Coordinates: 17°48′N105°58′E / 17.800°N 105.967°E / 17.800; 105.967 Coordinates: 17°48′N105°58′E / 17.800°N 105.967°E / 17.800; 105.967
CountryFlag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Province Quảng Bình
District Minh Hóa
Time zone UTC+7 (UTC+7)

Quy Đạt ((in Vietnamese): Thị trấn Quy Đạt) is a township and town in Minh Hóa District, Quảng Bình Province, North Central Coast, Vietnam. The township is the district seat and located on a mountainous area about 60 km north-west of the provincial capital Đồng Hới City. The township is the commercial and service center serving surrounding rural mountainous areas. Economic activities include: commerce, administrative service. Quy Đạt is crossed by National Route 12.


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