Tiên Sơn Bridge

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Tuyên Sơn Bridge (Vietnamese : cầu Tuyên Sơn) is a bridge spanning the Han River in the city of Da Nang, Vietnam. [1]

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  1. Đà Nã̆ng xây dựng và phát triẻ̂n đời só̂ng văn hóa - Đảng cộng sản Việt Nam. Thành ủy Đà Nã̆ng. Ban tuyên giáo - 2004 - Page 216 "kiên cường" một thời đánh Mỹ như: Cẩu qua Sông Hàn, cầu Tuyên Sơn... "

Coordinates: 16°01′55″N108°14′06″E / 16.03194°N 108.23500°E / 16.03194; 108.23500