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Hue, dreaming and attractive city

Hue, the former imperial city, will soon be the stage for diverse cultural activities expected to attract local and international visitors during the Hue 2004 Festival in June.

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Lao Cai - more than a "fairyland"

With 203 kilometres of border with China, Lao Cai is a borderland in north west of Vietnam. Lao Cai, the starting point of the Red River in Vietnam, abounds with grandiose mountains, such as Phan Xi Pang, 3,143 metres high, the highest in Vietnam, Ta Giang Phinh, 3,090 metres, and Phu Luong, 2,983 metres, all containing rich natural resources. So far, 35 types of minerals of high economic value have been mined from Sinh Quyen copper mine, Qui Xa iron mine, Cam Duong apatite mine, and others.

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Daklak

Daklak is located in southwest of Truong Son mountains with 11030’–13025’ North latitude and 107030’–109030 East longitude. The province borders to Gia Lai Province to the North, Lam Dong and Binh Phuoc Provinces to the South, Khanh Hoa and Phu Yen Provinces to the East and Cambodia to the West with 240km of common frontier.

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