Facts About Quy Nhon
Quy Nhơn is a coastal city in Bình Định Province in central Vietnam.
Quy Nhon is composed of 16 wards and five communes with a total of 284 km2.
The town of Quy Nhơn was officially founded in the late 18th century, although its origins stretch back much further to the 11th-century Champa culture, the Tây Sơn dynasty and the 18th-century seaport of Thị Nại.
The city is renowned as the birthplace of 18th century Vietnamese emperor Nguyễn Huệ and, more recently, had a large American military presence during the Vietnam War.
Quy Nhơn is the capital of Bình Định Province.
Quy Nhơn has a varied topography, being extremely diversified with mountains and forests, hills, fields, salt marshes, plains, lagoons, lakes, rivers, shorelines, peninsulas and islands.
The estimated population of Qui Nhon 457,400.
Quy Nhơn has two universities: Quy Nhơn University and Quang Trung University.
Quy Nhơn is home to multiple Vietnamese domestically famous dishes: Bánh xèo tôm nhảy, Bánh hỏi cháo lòng, Bún chả cá & Chả ram tôm đất.
Quy Nhon has a total area of 284.28 km²