Vinh Moc Tunnels
Vĩnh Thạch, Vĩnh Linh District, Quảng Trị Province, Vietnam
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Vinh Moc is a tunnel complex built during the Vietnam War in the present Quảng Trị province of Vietnam. It was strategically located on the border of North Vietnam and South Vietnam
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