Cột Cờ Hà Nội - Cà Mau
Dat Mui, Ngọc Hiển District, Ca Mau, Vietnam
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A monument that was built in the heart of Ca Mau province. The flagpole architecture consists of three floors and a column body, considered one of the symbols of the city. It is also called as Hanoi monument.
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Mũi Cà Mau National Park or National Park of Cape Cà Mau is a national park in southern Vietnam. It is located in Đất Mũi Commune, Ngọc Hiển District, in Cà Mau, the southernmost of Vietnam's provinces. The park was established by the Prime Minister of Vietnam on July 14, 2003 on the basis of the natural preservation zone of Đất Mũi, a zone founded by Decision 194/CT, dated August 9, 1986.
This is a cluster of large and small islands adjacent to each other which was located in the Ca Mau province. The highest island is only about 50 m above sea level. According to many recorded records, Hon Da Bac is dated to about 180 million years.
U Minh Hạ National Park or National Park of Lower U Minh is a national park in Vietnam. The park is located in Cà Mau Province. The park has an area of 82.86 square kilometers and was established on 20 January 2006 to protect the low wetland ecosystem in the region. Fauna and flora found here include mangrove, snake, turtle, bird, amphibian.
Located in An Minh and Vinh Thuan districts, Kien Giang Province which was recognized as one of the three highest priority sites for wetland conservation in the Mekong Delta. U Minh Thuong National Park is attractive to visitors worldwide thanks to its wide varieties of impressive features, historical values, and biodiversity values as well.
One of the big Zen temples in Can Tho, the project is located in My Tho hamlet, My Khanh commune. It is one of the best architectural wonders in this area and also the greenery around this place is truly astonishing. One can enjoy this place very much.
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