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___ Satellite View and Map of Vientiane (ວຽງຈັນ - Viang Chan)
Satellite view is showing Vientiane, largest city and the national capital of Laos, the landlocked country in South East Asia, that is wedged between Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar and China.
Lao's relative small capital is situated in the northern part of the nation, at the Lao-Thai border, on the northern banks of the Mekong River, about 90 km (55 mi) north of the Thai city of Udon Thani.
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The city once was a Khmer settlement and part of the
vast Khmer Empire, which centred on Angkor. The city became the capital of the Lao kingdom of Lan Xang in the 1560s when King Sai Setthathirath decided to move from Xiang Thong (today Luang Prabang) to Viang Chan, to avoid Burmese invaders.
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Monday-May-1 01:31UTC/GMT +7 hours
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|Google Earth: Searchable map and satellite view of the City of Vientiane, Lao People's Democratic Republic.
City Coordinates: 17°58′N 102°36′E
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