Nha Trang

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Nha Trang

(ˈnjɑː ˈtræŋ)
n
(Placename) a port in SE Vietnam, on the South China Sea: nearby temples of the Cham civilization; fishing industry. Pop: 382 000 (2005 est)
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At the time of its apogee, its territory stretched over the coastal plains and highlands of present-day Vietnam and was composed of five principalities: from north to south, Indrapura (from present-day Quang Binh to Thu'a Thien), Amaravati (Quang Nam to Quang Ngai), Vijaya (Binh Dinh), Kauthara (Phu Yen to Khanh Hoa) and Panduranga (Binh Thuan and Ninh Thuan).
Phase two which involves building the section from Galle to Kauthara will be completed by April 2012.
9), was composed of the five territories Indrapura, Vijaya, Kauthara, Panduranga, and Amaravati.