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Phu Yen (in Vietnamese Phú Yên) is a sea-province in the South Central Coast of Vietnam. It is located the eastern-most part of Vietnam's mainland.
Geographically, Phu Yen boders Binh Dinh Province to the north, Khanh Hoa to the south and Eas Sea in the east. Phu Yen are separated from these provinces by two imposing passes: Cù Mông pass in the north and Cả pass in the south.
The province's topography consists of fairly-low hilly regions in the west( making up 70%),the fertile plain of Tuy Hoa in the East The main rivers that flow across Phu yen are Da Rang river(largest river in Central Vietnam), Ban Thach river and Ky Lo river.
Phu Yen has enormous advantages and potentials for economic developments such as its strategic position in Eastern Vietnam, proximity to nternational marine waterways and its diversifying resources such as silicate materials, diatomite, mineral water and ferrite ores.
Phu Yen has various picturesque landscapes, such as the Ô Loan Lagoon, Sông Cầu coconut ranges, Đá Bia and Nhạn mountains, Rô Bay and Long Thủy beach.
Phú Yên is divided into 1 city and 8 districts:
2. Đồng Xuân
3. Sông Cầu
4. Tuy An
5. Sơn Hòa
6. Phú Hòa
7. Tây Hòa
8. Đông Hòa
9. Sông Hinh
AGENT ORANGE IN PHU YEN
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