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Provincial People’s Committee of Ha Tinh Province

About Throughout the history, Ha Tinh has repeatedly changed its organization, administrative boundaries and name. Under the reign of Hung Vuong, Ha Tinh belonged to the Cuu Duc Ministry, one of 15 ministries of Van Lang. At the beginning of the 6th century, the Luong Dynasty changed Cuu Duc to Duc Chau. At the end of the VI century, Custom house changed Duc Chau again to Hoan Chau. In 607, Dezhou entered Japan. In 622, Tang dynasty changed Nhat Nam district to Nam Duc continent, then Duc Chau, and in 627 changed it to Hoan Chau again. Hoan Chau name remained until the end of Northern domination. Dai Viet period also had many changes. Throughout the history, Ha Tinh has repeatedly changed its organization, administrative boundaries and name. Under the reign of Hung Vuong, Ha Tinh belonged to the Cuu Duc Ministry, one of 15 ministries of Van Lang. At the beginning of the 6th century, the Luong Dynasty changed Cuu Duc to Duc Chau. At the end of the VI century, Custom house changed Duc Chau again to Hoan Chau. In 607, Dezhou entered Japan. In 622, Tang dynasty changed Nhat Nam district to Nam Duc continent, then Duc Chau, and in 627 changed it to Hoan Chau again. Hoan Chau name remained until the end of Northern domination. Dai Viet period also had many changes. In 1831, Emperor Minh Mang, on the scale of the national administrative reform, separated Ha Hoa and Duc Tho provinces of Nghe An town and established Ha Tinh province. This is an important date in the history of Ha Tinh, proving that this land had met the conditions to become an administrative unit under the central government. The second session of the V National Assembly (December 27, 1975), decided to merge the two provinces of Nghe An and Ha Tinh into Nghe Tinh.
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  • Viet Nam
  • Ha Tinh
  • Số 1 Nguyễn Tất Thành