Thái Sơn

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Thái Sơn may refer to several rural communes in Vietnam, including:

A commune is a type of third tier subdivision of Vietnam. It is divided into 11,162 units along with wards and townships, which have an equal status.

Vietnam Country in Southeast Asia

Vietnam, officially the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, is the easternmost country on the Indochina Peninsula. With an estimated 94.6 million inhabitants as of 2016, it is the 15th most populous country in the world. Vietnam shares its land borders with China to the north, and Laos and Cambodia to the west. It shares its maritime borders with Thailand through the Gulf of Thailand, and the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia through the South China Sea. Its capital city is Hanoi, while its most populous city is Ho Chi Minh City.

An Lão is a rural district (huyện) of Hai Phong, the third largest city in Vietnam.

Bảo Lâm is a rural district of Cao Bằng Province in the Northeast region of Vietnam. As of 2003 the district had a population of 46,294. The district covers an area of 902 km². The district capital lies at Mông Ân.

Đô Lương is a rural district of Nghệ An Province in the North Central Coast region of Vietnam. As of 2003 the district had a population of 193,890. The district covers an area of 354 km². The district capital lies at Đô Lương.

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Dong Son may refer to several places in Vietnam, including:

Đồ Sơn District Urban district in Hai Phong, Vietnam

Đồ Sơn is an urban district (quận) of Haiphong, the third largest city of Vietnam. The district is located on the bank of the Gulf of Tonkin, 22 km away from Haiphong.

An Dương District rural district of Haiphong, Vietnam

An Dương is a rural district (huyện) of Hai Phong, the third largest city of Vietnam. It is located in the west of Hai Phong city. It separated from An Hai district in 2002. An Duong's area is 98.3196 km² and its population is 150,000 people. The district is adjacent to Hai Duong province in the west and northwest, An Lão district in the southwest, Kien An county in southern, Thuy Nguyen district in the north, Hong Bang county and Le Chan county in the Southeast. It contains 16 administrative units, it is An Duong town and 15 communes: Lê Thiện, Đại Bản, An Hòa, Hồng Phong, Tân Tiến, An Hưng, An Hồng, Bắc Sơn, Nam Sơn, Lê Lợi, Đặng Cương, Đồng Thái, Quốc Tuấn, An Đồng, Hồng Thái.

Đồng Hỷ District District in Northeast, Vietnam

Đồng Hỷ is a rural district of Thái Nguyên Province in the Northeast region of Vietnam. The Soi River flows through the district. As of 2003, the district had a population of 196,932. The district covers an area of 462 km². The district capital lies at Thị trấn Chùa Hang.

Tân Phong may refer to several commune-level subdivisions in Vietnam, including:

Yên Lạc may refer to several places in Vietnam, including:

Thương Ân is a commune () and village in Ngân Sơn District, Bắc Kạn Province, in Vietnam.

Cao Bằng Province Province in Northeast, Vietnam

Cao Bằng is a province of the Northeast region of Vietnam. The province has borders with Hà Giang, Tuyên Quang, Bắc Kạn, and Lạng Sơn provinces within Vietnam. It also has common international border with Guangxi Province of China. The province covers an area of 6,724.6 square kilometres, and, as of 2008, its population was 528,100 people.

An Lac or An Lạc in Vietnamese may refer to:

Ná-Meo is a language of northern Vietnam, spoken by the Mieu people. Nguyen (2007) believes Na Meo may be a Hmongic language closest to Qiandong Miao.

Bình Long may refer to several places in Vietnam, including:

Hòa Bình may refer to several places in Vietnam, including:

Ngọc Sơn may refer to several commune-level subdivisions in Vietnam, including:

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

Minh Đức may refer to several places in Vietnam, including: