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Sen Village
Sen Village

 Sen Village, located in Kim Lien commune, Nam Dan district,  Nghe An province approximately 20 km west of Vinh, was the homeland of President Ho Chi Minh's father

 
Quyet Mountain
Quyet Mountain

 Heading to National Highway No.1A from Vinh City, near the Ben Thuy Bridge, according to West direction, you will come to Forest Garden – Quyet Mountain.

 
Cua Lo Beach
Cua Lo Beach

 Cua Lo Beach is located 18km from Vinh. This 10km sandy beach is outlined by pine forests. Not far from the beach are 3 islands: Hon Ngu, Hon Chu, and Hon Mat with natural and primitive landscape which is attractive visitors. 

 
Hong Son temple
Hong Son temple

 Those who have ever visited Hong Son temple in Nghe An will definitely not forget the landscapes here with peace and tranquility of a solemn place right in Vinh city.

 
History of Vinh
History of Vinh

 Vinh was originally known as Ke Van. Later, this successively became Ke Vinh, Vinh Giang, Vinh Doanh, and then Vinh Thi. Eventually, in 1789, the official name became simply Vinh, probably under European influence. The name has remained the same ever since.

 
General Introduction
General Introduction

Area: 16,487.4 sq. km. Population: 3,042,000 habitants (2005) Capital: Vinh City Administrative divisions: - Town: Cua Lo - Districts: Dien Chau, Quynh Luu, Yen Thanh, Do Luong, Nghi Loc, Hung Nguyen, Nam Dan, Thanh Chuong, Tan Ky, Anh Son, Con Cuong, Nghia Dan, Quy Hop, Quy Chau, Que Phong, Tuong Duong, Ky Son. Ethnic groups: Viet (Kinh), Kho Mu, Tho, Thai, H'Mong...

 
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