Thoại Hà Canal

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The Thoại Hà Canal (Vietnamese : Kênh Thoại Hà) is a canal of southwestern Vietnam. It flows through An Giang Province and Kiên Giang Province. [1]

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References

  1. 'Vietnam Administrative Atlas, NXB Bản Đồ, 2004