Thượng Ân

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Thương Ân
Commune and village
CountryFlag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Province Bắc Kạn Province
District Ngân Sơn District
Time zone UTC+7 (UTC+7)

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

Ngân Sơn is a rural district of Bắc Kạn Province in the Northeast region of Vietnam. As of 2003, the district had a population of 29,509 people. The district covers an area of 644.4 km². The district capital lies at Vân Tùng commune.

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Geography

Location

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The villages

Villages in Thượng Ân commune: Nà Bưa, Slành, Nà Y, Ruồm A, Ruồm B, Hang Rậu, Roòng Thù, Khuổi Sảo, Nà Cà, Tặc, Phia Pảng, Phiêng Khìt, Thẳm Ông, Nà Pài, Khuổi Rắt, Luộc, Nà Choán, Nà Hin.

Economy

Thượng Ân commune is on the list of ethnic minorities and mountainous areas in Bắc Kạn province. [1] 10 villages in the commune on the list of extremely difficult villages include:

  1. Roỏng Thù
  2. Hang Slậu
  3. Phia Pảng
  4. Nà Pài
  5. Thẳm Ông
  6. Khuổi Slặt
  7. Phiêng Khít
  8. Nà Cà
  9. Khuổi Slảo
  10. Roỏng Tặc

History

- Before 1964 the commune was called Thanh Tâm. In 1964, the name was changed to Thượng Ân and remained the same until now. [2]

- Bản Duồm A village, Thượng Ân commune is a place with revolutionary tradition of Bac Kan province. The first Party cell of the Bắc Kạn Province was established here in 1975. [3]

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References

  1. "Decision No. 582 / QD-TTg approving the list of extremely difficult hamlets in ethnic minority and mountainous areas in the period 2016-2020 (Prime Minister)".
  2. "Decision 150-NV (in 1964) about changing name of some communes of Bac Kan Province (by The Minister of Interior)".
  3. "Thượng Ân- Nơi thành lập Chi bộ Chí Kiên".

Coordinates: 16°32′N107°27′E / 16.533°N 107.450°E / 16.533; 107.450