Thị Nại Bridge

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Thi Nai Bridge (Vietnamese: Cầu Thị Nại) is a bridge in Vietnam, connecting the city of Qui Nhơn to the Phương Mai Peninsula. The bridge was inaugurated in 2006 and was the longest sea bridge in Vietnam with a length of 2477.3 metres, and width of 14.5 metres. The bridge took three years to construct and opened on December 22, 2006.[1] It cut the road distance from Qui Nhơn City to Nhon Hoi Economic Zone from 60 km (via Tuy Phước District) to only 7 km.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Man Ngọc Lý (2010): Khu Kinh tế Nhơn Hội - Diểm đến Hấp dẫn của các Nhà Đầu tư. Tạp chí Kinh tế và Dự báo, số 13 (Journal of Economics and Forecasting)

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Coordinates: 10°54′04″N 106°50′22″E / 10.90111°N 106.83944°E / 10.90111; 106.83944