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Hoàng Su Phì District

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Hoàng Su Phì District

Huyện Hoàng Su Phì
Country Vietnam
ProvinceHà Giang
CapitalVinh Quang
 • Total243 sq mi (629 km2)
 • Total66 683 [1]
Time zoneUTC+7 (Indochina Time)

Hoàng Su Phì is a rural district of Hà Giang province in the Northeast region of Vietnam. As of 2019 the district had a population of 66 683.[1] The district covers an area of 629 km². The district capital lies at Vinh Quang.[2] Hoàng Su Phì is famous for its rice field terraces, especially on the road between Hoàng Su Phì and Xín Mần, where those terraces are classified as a National Heritage by the Vietnamese Government.

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Administrative divisions

Hoàng Su Phì District consists of the district capital, Vinh Quang, and 24 communes: Bản Luốc, Bản Máy, Bản Nhùng, Bản Péo, Bản Phùng, Chiến Phố, Đản Ván, Hồ Thầu, Nam Sơn, Nàng Đôn, Nậm Dịch, Nậm Khòa, Nậm Ty, Ngàm Đăng Vài, Pố Lồ, Pờ Ly Ngài, Sán Xả Hồ, Tả Sử Choóng, Tân Tiến, Thàng Tín, Thèn Chu Phìn, Thông Nguyên, Tụ Nhân and Túng Sán.


  1. ^ a b General Statistics Office of Vietnam (2019). "Completed Results of the 2019 Viet Nam Population and Housing Census" (PDF). Statistical Publishing House (Vietnam). ISBN 978-604-75-1532-5.
  2. ^ "Districts of Vietnam". Statoids. Retrieved March 13, 2009.

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