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Physical Map of Vietnam with state boundaries, major rivers, highland areas, highest peak, important cities, and more.
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Vietnam's Quick Facts

Land Area 310,070 km2
Water Area 21,140 km2
Total Area 331,210 km2
Population 95,261,021
Population Density 287.62 / km2
Government Type Communist State
GDP (PPP) $595.00 Billion
GDP Per Capita $6,400
Currency Dong (VND)
Largest Cities
  • Thành Pho Ho Chí Minh (Ho Chi Minh City) (8,602,317)
  • Hà Noi (4,678,198)
  • Can Tho (1,617,602)
  • Hai Phòng (1,300,088)
  • Da Nang (1,125,316)
  • Bien Hoa (1,013,064)
  • Vungtau (417,824)
  • Thu Dau Mot (413,397)
  • Hue (400,320)
  • Nha Trang (329,373)
Vietnam Flag:
Flag of Vietnam

The flag of Vietnam was officially adopted on November 30, 1955.

The gold five-pointed star symbolizes the five groups of workers in the building of socialism (intellectuals, peasants, soldiers, workers and youths), while the red symbolizes bloodshed, and the revolutionary struggle.

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Vietnam Coat of Arms:
Flag of Vietnam

The national emblem of Vietnam was adopted on November 30, 1955, and features a circular red background and yellow star representing the Communist Party of Vietnam. A cog wheel makes up the border, and crops (representing agriculture and industrial labor) make up the base.

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