Capital of Vietnam

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Hanoi.

Last seen on: –Newsday.com Crossword – Jul 21 2021
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Random information on the term “Capital of Vietnam”:

Đà Lạt (Vietnamese pronunciation: [ɗâː làːt] (listen)), or Dalat (pop. 406,105 as of 2015[update], of which 350,509 are urban inhabitants), is the capital of Lâm Đồng Province in Vietnam. The city is located 1,500 m (4,900 ft) above sea level on the Langbian Plateau in the southern parts of the Central Highlands region. Da Lat is a popular tourist destination in Vietnam.

Da Lat’s specific sights are pine wood (forming the name: “City of thousands of pine trees”) with twisting roads and tree marigold (Vietnamese: dã quỳ) blossom in the winter. The city’s temperate weather stands in contrast to Vietnam’s otherwise tropical climate. Mist covering the valleys almost year-round leads to its name “City of Eternal Spring”.

Da Lat is also known as an area for scientific research in the fields of biotechnology and nuclear physics.

With its year-round cool weather, Da Lat supplies temperate agriculture products for all over Vietnam, for example: cabbage, cauliflower, coffee and wine. Its flower industry produces two typical flowers: hydrangea (Vietnamese: cẩm tú cầu) and golden everlasting (Vietnamese: hoa bất tử). The confectionery industry offers a wide range of mứt, a kind of fruit preserve that closely resembles varenie, made from strawberry, mulberry, sweet potato, and/or rose.

Capital of Vietnam on Wikipedia

Random information on the term “Hanoi”:

Minh Mạng (Hanoi: [mïŋ˧ maːŋ˧˨ʔ], Hán tự: .mw-parser-output .vi-nom{font-family:”Han-Nom Gothic”,”Nom Na Tong”,”Han-Nom Ming”,”Han-Nom Minh”,”HAN NOM A”,”HAN NOM B”,”Han-Nom Kai”,”Sun-ExtA”,”Sun-ExtB”,”Ming-Lt-HKSCS-UNI-H”,”Ming-Lt-HKSCS-ExtB”,”HanaMinA”,”HanaMinB”,”HanaMin”,”MingLiU”,”MingLiU-ExtB”,”MingLiU HKSCS”,”MingLiU HKSCS-ExtB”,”SimSun”,”SimSun-ExtB”,”FZKaiT-Extended”,”FZKaiT-Extended(SIP)”,sans-serif}.mw-parser-output .vi-nom .ext{font-family:”Han-Nom Gothic”,”Han-Nom Ming”,”Han-Nom Minh”,”BabelStone Han”,”Sun-ExtB”,”MingLiU HKSCS-ExtB”,”Ming-Lt-HKSCS-ExtB”,”HanaMinB”,”Han-Nom Kai”,sans-serif}明命, lit. “the bright favour of Heaven”; 25 May 1791 – 20 January 1841; born Nguyễn Phúc Đảm, also known as Nguyễn Phúc Kiểu) was the second emperor of the Nguyễn dynasty of Vietnam, reigning from 14 February 1820 until his death, on 20 January 1841. He was the fourth son of Emperor Gia Long, whose eldest son, Nguyễn Phúc Cảnh, had died in 1801. He was well known for his opposition to French involvement in Vietnam and his rigid Confucian orthodoxy.

Hanoi on Wikipedia