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___ Satellite View and Map of the City of Hanoi (Hà Nội), Viet Nam


Satellite View of Hanoi using Google Earth Data

Satellite view is showing Hanoi, the national capital of Viet Nam, located in the Red River Delta, central in the northern part of the country, about 100 km inland west from the South China Sea.

Hanoi means "the hinterland between the rivers" (Ha: river, Noi: interior). The city has a population of about 3.3 million inhabitants, largest city of Viet Nam is Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon).
Hanoi is famous for its numerous ancient Buddhist pagodas, the "Old or French Quarter", its ubiquitous street vendors, and a plethora of motorbikes which are used to transport really everything.

In October 2010 the city will celebrate its 1000th birthday anniversary (1010-2010).

Spoken language is Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt), French is understood to some extent, and English is hardly spoken.

Just zoom in (+) to see Ho Hoan Kiem (literally translated: Lake of the Returned Sword) with Tortoise Tower in south and the small Jade Island on which is the Ngoc Son Temple (Jade Mountain Temple); adjacent north lies the Old Quarter of Hanoi.

The map shows a city map of Hanoi with expressways, main roads and streets, zoom out to find the location of Noi Bai International Airport (IATA code: HAN) situated in a distance of about 22 mi (35 km) north of Hanoi downtown.

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Hanoi's famous Huc bridge
Hanoi's famous Huc bridge across a part of Hoan Kiem lake is leading to Jade Island with a small temple named Ngoc Son.

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Local Time Ha Noi:
Sunday-September-21  23:05  
UTC/GMT +7 hours
Google Earth: Searchable map and satellite view of Hanoi, Vietnam.
 
City Coordinates: 21°2′0″N 105°51′00″E
 
More about Vietnam:

Cities:
Searchable map/satellite view of Ho Chi Minh City

Country:
Administrative Map of Viet Nam
Political Map of Viet Nam
Searchable map/satellite view of Viet Nam

Viet Nam Country Profile
Vietnam in numbers
Viet Nam key statistical data.

Continent:
Map of South East Asia

External Links
Hanoi (official web site)
Wikipedia: Hanoi
 
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