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Vietnam Cities by Population


79 cities shown of 79 total Vietnam cities that are over 1,000 in population...

1. Thanh pho Ho Chi Minh 3,467,331
2. Ha Noi 1,431,270
3. Turan 752,493
4. Haiphong 602,695
5. Bien Hoa 407,208
6. Hue 287,217
7. Nha Trang 283,441
8. Can Tho 259,598
9. Rach Gia 228,356
10. Quy Nhon 210,338
11. Vung Tau 209,683
12. Da Lat 197,000
13. Nam Dinh 193,499
14. Vinh 163,759
15. Phan Thiet 160,652
16. Long Xuyen 158,153
17. Can Duoc 152,200
18. Ha Long 148,066
19. Buon Ma Thuot 146,975
20. Cam Ranh 146,771
21. Sa Pa 138,622
22. Cam Pha Mines 135,477
23. Thai Nguyen 133,877
24. My Tho 122,310
25. Soc Trang 114,453
26. Pleiku 114,225
27. Thanh Hoa 112,473
28. Ca Mau 111,894
29. Bac Lieu 107,911
30. Yen Vinh 107,082
31. Hoa Binh 105,260
32. Vinh Long 103,314
33. Yen Bai 96,540
34. Song Cau 94,066
35. Viet Tri 93,475
36. Phan Rang-Thap Cham 91,520
37. Thu Dau Mot 91,009
38. Cu Chi 75,000
39. Chau Doc 70,239
40. Tuy Hoa 69,596
41. Tan An 64,801
42. Uong Bi 63,829
43. Cao Lanh 63,770
44. Sa Dec 60,073
45. Ben Tre 59,442
46. Tam Ky 59,000
47. Hai Duong 58,030
48. Tra Vinh 57,408
49. Lang Son 55,981
50. Can Gio 55,137
51. Bim Son 53,754
52. Bac Giang 53,728
53. Thai Binh 53,071
54. Ha Dong 50,877
55. Phu Khuong 47,966
56. Kon Tum 47,409
57. Bac Ninh 43,564
58. Cao Bang 41,112
59. Son Tay 40,636
60. Dien Bien Phu 40,282
61. Hung Yen 40,273
62. Ha Tien 40,000
63. Ninh Binh 36,864
64. Lao Cai 36,502
65. Tay Ninh 36,456
66. Tuyen Quang 36,430
67. Quang Ngai 32,992
68. Hoi An 32,757
69. Ha Giang 32,690
70. Phu Ly 31,801
71. Dong Hoi 31,040
72. Ha Tinh 27,728
73. Dong Xoai 23,978
74. Son La 19,054
75. Vinh Yen 17,876
76. Bac Kan 17,701
77. Dong Ha 17,662
78. Duong GJong 15,000
79. Con Son 1,500





Vietnam History

Through the centuries, Vietnam has been called by many different names: Vn Lang during the Hng Vng Dynasty, u Lc during the An Dng Vng dynasty, Van Xuan during the Anterior L Dynasty, i C Vit during the inh dynasty and Anterior L Dynasty. Starting in 1054, Vietnam was called i Vit. During the H Dynasty, Vietnam was called i Ngu. Then, in 1804, King Gia Long planned to use the name of Nam Vit for Vietnam then changed it to Vit Nam. In English, the two syllables were written into one: Vietnam. From 1839 to 1945, Emperor Minh Mng renamed Vit Nam to i Nam."

The name Vit Nam had been used for this country before it became the official name in D a ch"" of Nguyn Tri written in 1435 and perhaps even before. ""Vit"" is the name of the largest ethnic group in Vietnam: the Kinh and ""Nam"" means ""the South"

affirming Vietnam's sovereignty from China."""







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