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Bến Tre

Thành phố Bến Tre
Bến Tre City
Bến Tre
Bến Tre
Official seal of Bến Tre

Seal
Bến Tre is located in Vietnam
Bến Tre
Bến Tre
Location of in Vietnam
Coordinates: 10°14′N 106°23′E / 10.233°N 106.383°E / 10.233; 106.383
Country Vietnam
ProvinceBến Tre
Area
 • City (Class-2)71.11 km2 (27.46 sq mi)
Population
 (2018)
 • City (Class-2)257,350
 • Density3,261.2/km2 (8,446/sq mi)
 • Urban
190,161
ClimateAw

Bến Tre ([ˀɓən˦ˀ˥ ʈɛ˧˥] About this soundlisten) is the capital city of Bến Tre Province, in the Mekong Delta area of southern Vietnam. The city covers an area of 65.75 km2 (25.39 sq mi) and has a population of 143,639 as of 2009.[1] Bến Tre is 85 kilometres (53 mi) south-west of Ho Chi Minh City and is connected to the surrounding provinces by the Rạch Miễu Bridge. Nearly destroyed by Allied bombing, it played a significant role in the Vietnam War. Reports of the assault and resulting civilian casualties called into question the war aims of the United States.

Geolocation

Bến Tre is located on Bảo Island, with the districts of Châu Thành, Giồng Trôm and Ba Tri. The city is oriented in a triangular layout and is bordered by the following districts:[1]

Administration

The city of Bến Tre has 8 wards: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, An Hội, Phú Khương and Phú Tân, and 6 communes: Bình Phú, Mỹ Thạnh An, Nhơn Thạnh, Phú Hưng, Phú Nhuận and Sơn Đông.

History

The French occupied Bến Tre in 1867. The Vietminh(Vietnam revolutionary force) defeated the French at Dien Bien Phu and gained independence under the guidance of Ho Chi Minh and his generals.[2]

Notable people

Schools

References

  1. ^ a b Nghị quyết số 34/NQ-CP về việc thành lập thành phố Bến Tre thuộc tỉnh Bến Tre do Chính phủ ban hành (Decision by the Vietnamese government on the establishment of Ben Tre City)
  2. ^ Thạch Phương, Tứ Đoàn, Phương Thảo Nguyễn Địa chí Bến Tre 1991 "Only in Bao and Minh islets, there had been 70 schools of Chinese characters in 152 villages until the French occupied Ben Tre (1867). That was a very rare proportion at that time. The list of the Ben Tre successful candidates written in the...."

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