Qui Nhon


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Qui Nhon,

Vietnam: see Quy NhonQuy Nhon
or Qui Nhon
, city (1989 est. pop. 201,972), SE Vietnam, on the South China Sea coast. Quy Nhon is a growing commercial and industrial center that produces textiles, processed food, and seafood; it has a deepwater port and airport.
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Qui Nhon

 

a city and port in southern Vietnam (Trung Bo Region), on the deepwater Qui Nhon Bay of the South China Sea. Population, about 30,000. Railroad station. It is a center of cottage industry (fabrics, sugar, soap, and fish products).

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Left: a political mural in an outdoor restaurant in Qui Nhon.
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