Thành phố Bảo Lộc
|Bảo Lộc City|
Location in Lâm Đồng Province
|• Total||232.2 km2 (89.7 sq mi)|
|• Density||639.8/km2 (1,657/sq mi)|
Bảo Lộc (old name in Ma language: B’Lao) is a city of Lâm Đồng Province in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam. Bảo Lộc is famous for its registered trademark: B'lao tea. As of 2003 the town district had a population of 151,915. The district covers an area of 229 km². The district capital lies at Bảo Lộc.
Bảo Lộc has urban wards and five communes
- Ward I - 4.3144 km2
- Ward II - 6.6215 km2
- B’Lao Ward - 5.4029 km2
- Lộc Phát Ward- 25.7302 km2
- Lộc Tiến Ward - 13.0119 km2
- Lộc Sơn Ward - 12.3669 km2
The communes are
- Lộc Thanh - 20.8098 km2
- Đam B’ri - 32.201 km2
- Lộc Nga - 16.0319 km2
- Đại Lào - 59.2579 km2
- Lộc Châu - 36.1955 km2
Older buildings in Bảo Lộc include the Bát Nhã Temple. Ho Dong Nai lake is a small lake situated in the central part of the town.
- "Districts of Vietnam". Statoids. Retrieved March 13, 2009.
- Phillip Taylor, Modernity and Re-Enchantment: Religion in Post-Revolutionary Vietnam Institute of south-east Asian Studies - 2007 -- Page 317.... including Pháp Vân Temple in HCMC, Prajna [Bát Nhã] Temple in Bảo Lộc, in the Central Highlands province of Lâm Đồng, and Từ Hiếu Temple in ..."
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