Trà My

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Trà My
Thị trấn Trà My
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Trà My
Location in Vietnam
Coordinates: 15°20′22″N108°13′19″E / 15.33944°N 108.22194°E / 15.33944; 108.22194 Coordinates: 15°20′22″N108°13′19″E / 15.33944°N 108.22194°E / 15.33944; 108.22194
CountryFlag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Province Quảng Nam Province
District Bắc Trà My
Area
  Total7.86 sq mi (20.35 km2)
Population
 (2007)
  Total7,628
  Density970/sq mi (375/km2)
Time zone UTC+07:00

Trà My is a township (thị trấn) and capital of Bắc Trà My District, Quảng Nam Province, Vietnam. [1]

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