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Quỳ Châu District

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Quỳ Châu District

Huyện Quỳ Châu
Country Vietnam
RegionNorth Central Coast
ProvinceNghệ An
CapitalTân Lạc
 • Total415 sq mi (1,074 km2)
 • Total52,403
Time zoneUTC+07:00 (Indochina Time)

Quỳ Châu is a rural district of Nghệ An Province in the North Central Coast region of Vietnam. As of 2003 the district had a population of 52,403.[1] The district covers an area of 1,074 km². The district capital lies at Tân Lạc Town.[1]

A 200-page book in an ancient Tai script was discovered in Mường Dan Village in February 2007.[2]

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Quỳ Châu has one town and 11 townships or communes ().

  1. Tân Lạc (formerly named Quỳ Châu)
  2. Châu Bính
  3. Châu Thuận
  4. Châu Hội
  5. Châu Nga
  6. Châu Tiến
  7. Châu Hạnh
  8. Châu Thắng
  9. Châu Phong
  10. Châu Bình
  11. Châu Hoàn
  12. Diễn Lâm


  1. ^ a b "Districts of Vietnam". Statoids. Retrieved March 20, 2009.
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Further reading

  • Hum-phân-Lattanavông. 1998. Quỳ Châu script (in Vietnamese). Văn hóa và lịch sử người Thái ở Việt Nam [Culture and history of the Thai people of Vietnam], ed. by Cãm Trong, Hoàng LùÒng, Lê Si Giáo, VùÒng Toàn, Ma Khánh BAng and Nguyèn Van Hòa, Hà Nội, Việt Nam: Nhà Xuất Bản Văn Hóa Dân Tộc.
  • Lattanavong, H. 1999. "Quy Chau script of the Lao-Tay: a change from Chinese ideograms to the Indian system of writing", in Vietnamese Studies, no. 134.
  • Thang, L.C. 1999. "A glimpse of the Thai in Quy Chau", in Vietnamese Studies, no. 134.

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