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Phuoc Dinh mobile sand dunes
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Phuoc Dinh sand dunes is locate in the North west of Dinh Cape, Thuan Nam district. Ninh Thuan province. People name it is 'Mobile sand dunes' because twice per year these sand dunes sometimes penetrate deep into the mainland, other times step back to the sea.

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Uploaded: 10/02/2012
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