Thị Nại Bridge
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. 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.
- 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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