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The Thăng Long Bridge (Cầu Thăng Long, completed 1978) is a bridge in Hanoi, Vietnam, which connects the city with Noi Bai Airport. [1]

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References

  1. Trần Mạnh Thường, Nguyễn Minh Tiến hiệu đính Việt Nam - Văn hóa và du lịch Page 490 "Cầu Thăng Long Cách trung tâm Hà Nội 10km về phía Tây Bắc. Cầu dài 5.000m, kể cả cầu dẫn, cho đến nay là cây cầu lớn nhất ở vùng Đông Nam Á. Cầu Thăng Long xây dựng trải qua hai thời kỳ. Từ năm 1971 đến 1978 là thời gian Trung ...

Coordinates: 21°05′53″N105°47′11″E / 21.097969°N 105.786379°E / 21.097969; 105.786379