Thống Nhất District

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Thống Nhất District

Huyện Thống Nhất
CountryFlag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Region Southeast
Province Đồng Nai
CapitalDầu Giây
Area
  Total95 sq mi (247 km2)
Population
 (2019)
  Total165,280
Time zone UTC+7 (Indochina Time)
Website thongnhat.dongnai.gov.vn/Pages/home.aspx

Thống Nhất is a rural district of Đồng Nai Province in the Southeast region of Vietnam. As of 2003, the district had a population of 146,112. [1] The district covers an area of 247 km². The district capital lies at Dầu Giây. [1]

Administrative divisions

Thống Nhất is divided into one township, Dầu Giây, and nine communes: Bàu Hàm 2, Gia Kiệm, Gia Tân 1, Gia Tân 2, Gia Tân 3, Hưng Lộc, Lộ 25, Quang Trung and Xuân Thiện.

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References

  1. 1 2 "Districts of Vietnam". Statoids. Retrieved March 13, 2009.

Coordinates: 10°55′01″N107°04′59″E / 10.917°N 107.083°E / 10.917; 107.083