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Southern Vietnam

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Southern Vietnam

For the former country, see South Vietnam

Southern Vietnam is one of the three regions within Vietnam (the other two regions are Northern Vietnam and Central Vietnam).

The largest city in the South is Ho Chi Minh City, the nation's largest city, other major cities include Cần Thơ, Biên Hòa.

Southern Vietnam includes the following subregions:

See also

Cochinchina - a historical region of Southern Vietnam

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