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Trung Hòa may refer to several places in Vietnam, including:

Vietnam Country in Southeast Asia

Vietnam, officially the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, is the easternmost country on the Indochina Peninsula. With an estimated 94.6 million inhabitants as of 2016, it is the 15th most populous country in the world. Vietnam shares its land borders with China to the north, and Laos and Cambodia to the west. It shares its maritime borders with Thailand through the Gulf of Thailand, and the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia through the South China Sea. Its capital city is Hanoi, while its most populous city is Ho Chi Minh City.

Cầu Giấy District Urban district in Hanoi, Vietnam

Cầu Giấy is an urban district of Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. The district is named after the historic bridge where the famous 19th-century Battle of Cầu Giấy was fought.

Hanoi Capital of Vietnam

Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam. It covers an area of 3,328.9 square kilometres (1,285 sq mi). With an estimated population of 7.7 million as of 2018, it is the second largest city in Vietnam. The metropolitan area, encompassing nine additional neighbouring provinces, has an estimated population of 16 million. Located in the central area of the Red River Delta, Hanoi is the commercial, cultural, and educational centre of Northern Vietnam. Having an estimated nominal GDP of US$32.8 billion, it is the second most productive economic centre of Vietnam, following Ho Chi Minh City.

Chương Mỹ District rural district of Hanoi, Vietnam

Chương Mỹ is a district (huyện) of Ha Noi in the Red River Delta region of Vietnam.

See also

Trung Hoà–Nhân Chính is a borough in southwestern Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam.

Trung Hoá Commune and village in Quảng Bình, Vietnam

Trung Hoá is a commune (xã) and village in Minh Hóa District, Quảng Bình Province, in Vietnam.

Minh Hóa is a district in Quảng Bình Province, in the North Central Coast region of Vietnam. This district is composed of one townlet and 15 communes (): Xuân Hoá, Yên Hoá, Trung Hoá, Tân Hoá, Minh Hoá, Hồng Hoá, Hóa Tiến, Hóa Hợp, Hóa Sơn, Hóa Phúc, Hóa Thanh, Dân Hoá, Thượng Hoá, Trọng Hóa, and Quy Hóa.

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Vinh Thanh may refer to several populated places in Vietnam:

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Hiệp Hòa can refer to:

An Phú may refer to several places in Vietnam, including: