Dong-Nai, Name des Maykaung in seinem unteren Laufe in Annam.

Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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  • Dong Nai River — Đồng Nai (  listen) is a river in Vietnam that originates in the Central Highlands of the southern portion of the country. It is approximately 586 km in length. External links Diesel fuel spills into Dong Nai River, from the UNDP …   Wikipedia

  • Dong Nai River — ▪ river, Vietnam also called  Donnai River , Vietnamese  Song Dong Nai        river rising in the central highlands (Annamese Cordillera) of southern Vietnam, northwest of Da Lat. Near its source the river has rapids and is known as the Da Dung… …   Universalium

  • Dong-nai River — or Donnai River River, southern Vietnam. Rising in the central highlands, it flows southwest for about 300 mi (480 km), joining the Saigon River northeast of Ho Chi Minh City and combining with it and other streams to form an estuary north of the …   Universalium

  • Dong Nai, río — Río del sur de Vietnam. Nace en las tierras altas centrales y fluye hacia el sudoeste por unos 480 km (300 mi), para unirse al río Saigón al nordeste de Ciudad Ho Chi Minh. Se combina con otros afluentes para formar un estuario al norte del delta …   Enciclopedia Universal

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