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(New page: '''Phu Yen Province''', a coastal province in central Vietnam, has both seacoast and also contains the mouth of the major Danang River. Its capital is '''Tuy Hoa'''. On its northern ...)
 
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On its northern border is [[Binh Dinh Province]]. To the south is  [[Khanh Hoa Province]],  [[Dac Lac Province|Dac Lac]] and [[Gia Lai Province|Gia Lai]].  The [[South China Sea]] forms its east coast.   
 
On its northern border is [[Binh Dinh Province]]. To the south is  [[Khanh Hoa Province]],  [[Dac Lac Province|Dac Lac]] and [[Gia Lai Province|Gia Lai]].  The [[South China Sea]] forms its east coast.   
  
On [[National Highway 1 (Vietnam)|National Highway 1]] and the main north-south rail line, Tuy Hoa is  
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Tuy Hoa is  
 
*120 km from [[Nha Trang]]
 
*120 km from [[Nha Trang]]
 
*1,177  km south of [[Hanoi]]
 
*1,177  km south of [[Hanoi]]
*561  km north of [[Ho Chi Minh City]]/[[Saigon]].
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*561  km north of [[Ho Chi Minh City]]/[[Saigon]]
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It is on [[National Highway 1 (Vietnam)|National Highway 1]], which intersects [[National Highway 25 (Vietnam)|National Highway 25]]. In addition, it is on the main north-south rail line.

Revision as of 04:17, 20 December 2008

Phu Yen Province, a coastal province in central Vietnam, has both seacoast and also contains the mouth of the major Danang River. Its capital is Tuy Hoa.

On its northern border is Binh Dinh Province. To the south is Khanh Hoa Province, Dac Lac and Gia Lai. The South China Sea forms its east coast.

Tuy Hoa is


It is on National Highway 1, which intersects National Highway 25. In addition, it is on the main north-south rail line.