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Việt Nam

Tiếng Việt Việt Nam - Cộng hòa Xã hội Chủ nghĩa Việt Nam

Cộng hòa Xã hội Chủ nghĩa Việt Nam, là một quốc gia nằm phía đông của bán đảo Đông Dương, thuộc khu vực Đông Nam Á. Lãnh thổ Việt Nam tiếp giáp với nước Trung Quốc ở phía bắc, nước Lào và nước Campuchia ở phía tây, vịnh Thái Lan ở phía tây nam và biển Đông ở phía đông và phía nam với hơn 4.000 hòn đảo, bãi đá ngầm lớn nhỏ, gần và xa bờ, có vùng nội thuỷ, lãnh hải, vùng đặc quyền kinh tế và thềm lục địa được Chính phủ Việt Nam xác định gần gấp ba lần diện tích đất liền (khoảng trên 1 triệu km2).

English Vietnam - Socialist Republic of Vietnam

The Socialist Republic of Vietnam is a nation in Southeast Asia. It borders the ► People's Republic of China with ► Guangxi to the north, ► Laos to the northwest and ► Cambodia to the southwest. To the country's east lies the East Vietnam Sea which China calls South China Sea, where there are over 4000 islands located including Vietnam's claims on the ► Paracel Islands and the ► Spratly Islands, that border ► Indonesia, ► Malaysia, ► Brunei and the ► Philippines. With a population of approximately 88 million, Vietnam is one of the most densely populated nations in Southeast Asia. Vietnam had its continental shelf estimated to be around triple size of its current land area.

Other languages Français: Le Viêt Nam (République Socialiste du Viêt Nam) est un pays d'Asie du Sud-Est. Il se situe à l'extrême est de la péninsule indochinoise. Le pays occupe une superficie de 331 690 km² pour environ 85 millions d'habitants. Il est entouré de la Chine au nord ; du Laos et du Cambodge à l'ouest ; et de la mer de Chine méridionale à l'est et au sud.

Deutsch: Vietnam (vietnamesisch Việt Nam, Bedeutung: Viet des Südens, amtlich Sozialistische Republik Vietnam, vietn. Cộng hòa Xã hội chủ nghĩa Việt Nam, Chữ Nôm 共和社會主義越南) ist ein langgestreckter Küstenstaat in Südostasien. Er grenzt an die VR China, Laos, Kambodscha, den Golf von Thailand und das Südchinesische Meer.


Short name  Vietnam
Official name Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Status Independent country since 1945, recognized 1954, united since 1976
Location South East Asia
Capital Hà Nội (Hanoi)
Population 96,208,984 inhabitants
Area 331,689 km²
Major languages Vietnamese (official)
Major religions Atheism, Mahayana Buddhism
More information Vietnam, Geography of Vietnam, History of Vietnam and Politics of Vietnam
More images Vietnam - Vietnam (Category).

General maps

Bandovietnam-final-fill-scale-vi.svg Map of Vietnam (in Vietnamese). Includes island claims.
Bandovietnam-final-fill-scale.svg Map of Vietnam (in English). Includes island claims.
Vm-map.png Map of Vietnam from the CIA World Factbook.
Ban do Viet Nam.png Map of Vietnam from the CIA World Factbook (translated to Vietnamese).
Vietnam shaded relief.jpg Political map of Vietnam.
VietnamOMC.png A map showing Vietnam's cities and main towns.
Vietnam BMNG.png Satellite image of Vietnam.
Koppen-Geiger Map VNM present.svg Köppen–Geiger climate classification map for Vietnam.
Geological Map p.of Mil. Vietnam.png Outlines of Geological Map of Vietnam of sclale 1:1 000 000.
Vietnam Topography.png Topographic map of Vietnam.
Vietnam Regions 2018 HDI.svg Regions of Vietnam by HDI in 2018.
Map poverty rates by district of vietnam in 2010 and 2014.jpg Map poverty rates by district of vietnam in 2010 and 2014
Ethnolinguistic map of Indochina 1970.jpg Ethnolinguistic groups of Vietnam in 1970.
Vietnam Railway Map.png Map of Vietnam's railway network.
Vietnam Expressway map - Numbered.png Map of Vietnam's expressway network.

Maps of divisions

This section holds maps of the administrative divisions.

Map-of-Vietnam-Divisions.svg Map of Vietnam administrative divisions. Includes island claims.
VietnameseRegions.png Map of the Regions of Vietnam.
VietnameseProvincesMapTiengViet1.png Map of the Provinces of Vietnam (in Vietnamese)
Vietnam districts.png Districts of Vietnam. Includes island claims.

Provincial locator maps

History maps

This section holds a short summary of the history of the area of present-day Vietnam, illustrated with maps, including historical maps of former countries and empires that included present-day Vietnam.

Ancient period

Qin Empire in the south of Yangtze River (210 BC).png Âu Việt (Xi Ou) and Lạc Việt (Luo Yue) (210 BC).
Nanyue map.png Map of Nanyue Kingdom at its greatest territorial extent.

Chinese domination

Han commanderies and kingdoms CE 2.jpg North Vietnam ruled by Han Dynasty 2 CE.
汉朝行政区划(繁).png Vietnam under the reign of Emperor Wu of Han.
Han provinces.jpg Eastern Han dynasty period, 189 CE.
Jian'an Commanderies.png Han Dynasty in 219 CE.
交州264.jpg Giao Chau (Jiaozhou) ruled by the Eastern Wu, 264.
Jin occidentaux 280.svg North Vietnam ruled by the Western Jin Dynasty 280 AD.
Eastern Jin 382.png Eastern Jin Dynasty 382 AD.
交州497.jpg Jiaozhou in the Southern Qi Dynasty (497).
Map of Vạn Xuân Kingdom during Early Lý dynasty.png Vạn Xuân kingdom during Early Lý dynasty (544 - 602).
Sui Dynasty.png Sui Dynasty 610 A.D.
唐朝疆域(简).png Vietnam under the Chinese Tang Dynasty

Monarchical period

Five Dynasties Ten Kingdoms 923 CE.png Khúc clan 923 CE
Jinghai Ngô circuits.png Circuits and cities of Annan, Ngô Dynasty, as of 940.
Loan12Suquan EN.png Period of the 12 Warlords
Bản đồ Việt Nam thời Lý năm 1085.png Đại Việt during Lý Dynasty c. 1085.
北宋疆域图(简).png Đại Việt c. 1111.
Yuan Dynasty 1290.jpg Asia in 1290.
Vietnam (1407).png Dai Viet c. 1428.
Bản đồ Việt Nam dưới thời vua Lê Thánh Tông, vương triều Lê Sơ năm 1480.png Đại Việt c. 1480.
VietnamMac1540.gif Vietnam circa 1540
Map of Southern and Northern Dynasties of Vietnam.png Vietnam circa 1570 showing the Mac in control of the land north of the Red river, and the Nguyen-Trinh alliance in control of the southern part of Vietnam.
VietnamTrinhNguyen1.gif Vietnam around 1650.
Cambodge, Laos, Siam and Vietnam at 1760.jpg Đại Việt (Annam) during the Later Lê Dynasty in 1760.
Vietnam at the end of 18th century (Vi).png Vietnam around 1788.
Vietnam (1834).png Vietnam around 1834.
Nguyen Dynasty, administrative divisions map (1838).svg Vietnam around 1838.
Ban do viet nam 1857.jpg Vietnam around 1857.
Vietnam territorial expansion (900–1760 AD).gif Southward expansion (Nam Tien) of the Dai Viet Empire.

Modern period

Indochine française.svg Map of French Indochina.
Meyers b15 s0750a.jpg Tonking, Östl. Hinterindien, Hue, Ha-Noi (Meyers Konversationslexikon), 1888.
081 franzosisch-indochina (1905).png Indochina in 1905 (German).
Francouzská Indočína.jpg Indochina in 1931 (Czech).
Indochina 1954.jpg French Indochina, 1954.
Dien Bein Phu map.png The drawing shows the French disposition at the Battle of Dien Bien Phu, as of March 1954. The French took up positions on a series of fortified hills (shown in green). The southermost, Isabelle, was dangerously isolated. The Viet Minh positioned their 5 divisions (the 304th, 308th, 312th, 316th, and 351st) in the surrounding areas to the north and east. From these areas, the Vietminh had a clear line of sight on the French fortifications and were able to accurately rain down artillery on the French positions.
Japanese Empire2.png Map of the Japanese Empire (1870-1942)

North Vietnam (1954–1976)

LocationNorthVietnam.png Locator map of North Vietnam.
NoordVietnamKaart.png Map of North Vietnam, the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (Việt Nam Dân Chủ Cộng Hòa).

South Vietnam (1954–1976)

LocationSouthVietnam.png Locator map of South Vietnam (Nam Việt Nam).
ZuidVietnamKaart.png Map of South Vietnam.
Southvietmap.jpg Map of South Vietnam, the Republic of Vietnam (Việt Nam Cộng Hòa) in 1967.
Tet-Offensive-Map.jpg Map of the Tet Offensive.

Other historical maps

Vietnam railway progress.gif Animated map of the history of railway construction in Vietnam, 1881–1966.
Vietnam china.jpg Map of the Sino–Vietnamese War (Third Indochina War), 1979.

Old maps

This section holds copies of original general maps more than 70 years old.

Old map of Vietnam.jpg Early Western Map of Tonkin (1651).

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