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Vĩnh Tuy Bridge

Coordinates: 21°00′16″N 105°52′34″E / 21.004434°N 105.876219°E / 21.004434; 105.876219
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Vĩnh Tuy Bridge
Vĩnh Tuy Bridge

The Vĩnh Tuy Bridge (Vietnamese: Cầu Vĩnh Tuy) is a bridge over the Red River (Vietnamese: Sông Hồng) in Hanoi which was completed 2008.[1][2] It was one of the Millennial Anniversary of Hanoi commemorative projects along with the Thanh Trì Bridge.

It is unrelated to a smaller Vĩnh Tuy bridge destroyed in 1966 by United States Air Force bombing.[3]


  1. ^ Vietnam pictorial Thông tấn xã Việt Nam, Vietnam. Bộ văn hóa và thông tin - 2008 "Leaving Kim Lien construction site we came to Vinh Tuy Bridge. So far, 80% of the building of this bridge has been completed. Surely, when it is put into operation, the traffic capacity in Hanoi will Traffic rules must be popularized to all people ..."
  2. ^ Vietnam economic times - Volume 156 - Page 32 Viện kinh tế thế giới (Vietnam) "Large projects like the National Convention Centre and Vinh Tuy Bridge and others such as the first phase of the Ho Chi Minh Highway, the Ham Thuan - Da Mi Electricity project, and the 500 kV Da Nang - Ha Tinh transmission line will also be "
  3. ^ Gradual failure: the air war over North Vietnam, 1965-1966 - Page 178 Jacob Van Staaveren, Air Force History and Museums Program (U.S.) - 2002 "Bridge on Route 6 southeast of Dien Bien Phu destroyed by Air Force F-105s. targets around Dien Bien Phu, and on August 10 Thunderchiefs destroyed the Vinh Tuy bridge employing a 3,000-pound bomb and, for the first time, an AGM-12C ..."

21°00′16″N 105°52′34″E / 21.004434°N 105.876219°E / 21.004434; 105.876219