Đồng Nai river
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The Đồng Nai River (sông Đồng Nai listen) is a river in Vietnam that originates in the Central Highlands region of the southern portion of the country. It is approximately 586 km in length. It gives its name to Đồng Nai Province.
- Saigon: A History Nghia M. Vo - 2011 - Page 1 "The Đồng Nai River and the much larger Mekong River had been for centuries thriving waterways that allowed easy communication and commerce with Cambodia and Laos, and the seaports of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and China."
- Diesel fuel spills into Dong Nai River, from the UNDP
- Pictures of rural homes along the Đồng Nai River
- Improving resource allocation and incomes in Vietnamese agriculture: A case study of farming in the Dong Nai River Basin, an International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) discussion paper.
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