Tuesday, 13 December 2011

Landscape in Bình Thuận province



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The Vietnam Post issued the stamp series features the scene of landscape in Binh Thuan provinve, Vietnam on September 01, 2008.
The stamp  features which only one  depicts the typical image of Phan Thiết city with the Lê Hồng Phong bridge and the Phan Thiết water tower reflected in romantic Cà Ty river.

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Binh Thuan has several rivers mostly originating in the province itself or in the highlands of neighbouring Lam Dong Province. Most of them flow into the South China Sea (East Sea). Some of the major rivers are Luy River in the east of the province, Cai River  in the centre near Phan Thiet, and Dinh River in the west. La Nga River  flows through four districts in the north-west of the province and is a major tributary of the Dong Nai River.
The largest lake is Song Quan Lake in the centre of the province around 30km north of Phan Thiet. Another major lake is Bien Lac  in the north-west of the province

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The official FDC depicts a sketch of landscape and sealed with stamp and has a special postmarked.

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