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List of places named after people

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There are a number of places named after famous people. For more on the general etymology of place names see toponymy. For other lists of eponyms (names derived from people) see eponym.

Continents[edit]

Countries[edit]

This is a summary of country name etymologies.

Former countries[edit]

British Overseas Territories[edit]

"Lands" of Antarctica[edit]

Towns and cities[edit]

Afghanistan[edit]

Albania[edit]

Algeria[edit]

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Angola[edit]

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Andorra[edit]

Antigua and Barbuda[edit]

Argentina[edit]

Armenia[edit]

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Australia[edit]

Austria[edit]

Azerbaijan[edit]

Alternate:

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Bahamas[edit]

Bahrain[edit]

Bangladesh[edit]

Barbados[edit]

Belarus[edit]

Belgium[edit]

Belize[edit]

Benin[edit]

  • Malanville – Henri Malan, French Governor of Dahomey

Bermuda[edit]

Bhutan[edit]

Bolivia[edit]

Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit]

Botswana[edit]

Brazil[edit]

For a longer list, please see List of places in Brazil named after people.

Brunei[edit]

Bulgaria[edit]

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Burkina Faso[edit]

Cambodia[edit]

Canada[edit]

Central African Republic[edit]

Chad[edit]

  • Faya-Largeau – French Colonel, Étienne Largeau (1867–1916)

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Chile[edit]

China[edit]

Colombia[edit]

Democratic Republic of the Congo[edit]

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Republic of the Congo[edit]

Former:

  • Fort-Rousset was the name of Owando – Alexis Rousset, French colonial administrator
  • Jacob was the name of Nkayi – Léon Jacob, French engineer

Costa Rica[edit]

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  • Aguirre (now Quepos) – Rolando Aguirre Lobo: a hero of Revolution of 1948
  • Alfaro Ruiz (now Zarcero) – Colonel Juan Alfaro Ruiz, a hero of the National Campaign of 1856
  • Valverde Vega (now Sarchí) – Carlos Luis Valverde Vega, a physician and founder of the Unión Médica Nacional (National Medical Union).

Croatia[edit]

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Cuba[edit]

Curaçao[edit]

Cyprus[edit]

Czech Republic[edit]

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Denmark[edit]

In Greenland:

In Bornholm:

Dominica[edit]

Dominican Republic[edit]

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East Timor[edit]

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  • Vila Armindo Monteiro was the name of BobonaroArmindo Monteiro (1896–1955), Portuguese university professor, businessman, diplomat, and politician
  • Vila Eduardo Marques was the name of Bazartete – Eduardo Marques (1867–1944), Portuguese military and officer
  • Vila Filomeno da Câmara was the name of Same, East Timor – Filomeno da Câmara de Melo Cabral (1873–1934), Governor of Portuguese Timor
  • Vila General Carmona was the name of AileuÓscar Carmona, Portuguese president
  • Vila Salazar was the name of BaucauAntónio de Oliveira Salazar

Ecuador[edit]

Egypt[edit]

El Salvador[edit]

Equatorial Guinea[edit]

Estonia[edit]

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Eswatini (Swaziland)[edit]

Ethiopia[edit]

Falkland Islands[edit]

Finland[edit]

France[edit]

Gabon[edit]

Germany[edit]

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Georgia[edit]

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Ghana[edit]

Greece[edit]

Grenada[edit]

Guatemala[edit]


Guinea Bissau[edit]

Guyana[edit]

Haiti[edit]

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Honduras[edit]

Hong Kong[edit]

Hungary[edit]

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Iceland[edit]

  • Grímsey – Grími Ingjaldsson, who have a winter residence in their island
  • Ólafsfjörður – Ólafur Bekkur Karlsson

India[edit]

  • YSR districtY. S. Rajasekhara Reddy, Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh
  • Indonesia[edit]

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    • Sukarnopura was the name of JayapuraSukarno, 1st President of Indonesia

    Iran[edit]

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    Iraq[edit]

    Ireland (Republic of)[edit]

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    Israel[edit]

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    Italy[edit]

    Ivory Coast[edit]

    Jamaica[edit]

    Japan[edit]

    Jordan[edit]

    Kazakhstan[edit]

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    Kenya[edit]

    Kosovo[edit]

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    Kuwait[edit]

    Kyrgyzstan[edit]

    • Аbdrakhmanov (Issyk-Kul) – Yusup Abdrakhmanov (1901–1938), Kyrgyz politician
    • Abdy-Suerkulov (Toktogul) – Abdy Suerkulov (1912–1992), Kyrgyz Prime Minister
    • Absamat Masaliev (Kadamjay) – Absamat Masaliyev
    • Aitmatov District - Chinghiz Aitmatov, author
    • Aldashev (Jeti-Ögüz) – Abdulkhai Aldashev (1918–2003), Kyrgyz pharmacologist, toxicologist and translator
    • Alla-Anarov (Aravan) – Alla Anarov (1907–1979), cotton producer
    • Aydaraliev (Talas) – Rysbek Aidaraliev (1922–1998), Kyrgyz public figure
    • Amanbayevo – Aldabergen Amanbaev (1927–1975), Kyrgyz Socialist workers' hero
    • Anan'yevo – one of the Panfilov's Twenty-Eight Guardsmen, Nikolay Yakovlevich Anan'yev (1912–1941)
    • Atai Ogonbaev (Talas) - Atai Ogonbaev (1900-1949), Kyrgyz musician and compositor
    • Baetov – Kyrgyz singer and composer Musa Baetov (1902–1949)
    • BaytikBaytik Batyr (1823–1886), one of the leaders of the Solto tribe who fought the Kokand Khanate
    • Berdike Baatyr (Talas) - Berdike Baatyr (1740-1790)
    • Bishkek – Bishkek Batyr (1700–1757), Commander of the Kyrgyz army in the war against the invaders of Dzungar in the 18th century.
    • Bokonbayevo – Kyrgyz poet and dramatist, Dzhoomart Bokonbaev (1910–1944)
    • Cholponbay - Cholponbai Tuleberdiyev (1922-1944), World War II hero
    • Dokturbek Kurmanaliev (Ysyk-Ata) – Dokturbek Kurmanaliev (1948–2004)
    • Ibraimov – Kyrgyz Prime Minister Sultan Ibraimov
    • Imeni Aliaskara Toktonalieva (Ysyk-Ata) – Aliaskar Toktonaliev (1929–1990), Finance Minister
    • Isanov (Osh) – Nasirdin Isanov, Kyrgyz Prime Minister
    • Jalal-AbadJalal-ud-Din Muhammad Akbar
    • Jayyl District – Jayyl Batyr (1692–1780), one of the heroes of the Solto tribe
    • Karasaev (Tüp) – Kusein Karasaev (1901–1998), Kyrgyz linguist
    • Kaynazarova (Chuy) - Zuurakan Kaynazarova
    • Kazybek (Naryn) - Kazybek Mambetimin uulu (1901-1936), poet
    • Kochubaev (Osh) – Toi'chu Tagaevich Kochubaev (1922–1981), Kyrgyz Socialist workers' hero
    • Kochkorbaev (Chuy) - Isak Kochkorbaev (1890-1965), Kyrgyz Socialist workers' hero
    • Kulatov (Nookat) – Turabay Kulatov (1908–1984), Kyrgyz Prime Minister
    • Kurmanbek (Suzak) – Kurmanbek Batyr, mythical hero
    • Kurmanjan Datka (Batken) and Kurmanjan Datka (Osh) - Kurmanjan Datka
    • Lenin District, BishkekVladimir Lenin
    • Manas DistrictManas, mythical Kyrgyz national hero
    • Mavlyanov (Aksy) – Junai Mavlyanov (1923–2003), writer and poet
    • Mombekovo (Nooken) – Yusup Mombekov (1926–1983), Kyrgyz socialist workers' hero
    • Nurzhanov (Talas) – Akmatbek Nurzhanov (1922–1987), Kyrgyz socialist workers' hero
    • Ormon-Khan aliyl (Naryn) - Ormon Khan
    • Ömüraliev (Talas) - Baky Ömüraliev (1932-2003), Kyrgyz actor and film director
    • Osmonkulov (Talas) – Iskender Osmonkulov (1907–1992), Kyrgyz socialist workers' hero
    • Panfilov District, KyrgyzstanIvan Panfilov
    • Pristan'-Przheval'skNikolay Przhevalsky
    • Shabdan - Shabdan Baatyr (1839-1912)
    • Shopokov – Kyrgyz World War II hero Duyshenkul Shopokov (1915–1941)
    • Süymönkul Chokmorov – Kyrgyz film actor Suimenkul Chokmorov
    • Sverdlov District, BishkekYakov Sverdlov
    • Razzakov - Iskhak Razzakov
    • Toktogul – Kyrgyz Musician Toktogul Satilganov
    • Togolok-Moldo Rural District (Naryn) - Togolok Moldo, Kyrgyz poet
    • Toktomat Zulpuev (Nookat) – Toktomat Zulpuev (1925–1995)
    • Urazbekov (Batken) – Abdukadyr Urazbekov (1889–1938), Kyrgyz statesman
    • Yusupov aliyl (Osh) - Sultan Yusupov (1918-2004), Kyrgyz music teacher
    • Zharkynbayevo – Kazak Zharkynbaev (1911–1969), Kyrgyz hero

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    Laos[edit]

    Latvia[edit]

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    Lebanon[edit]

    Former:

    • Laodicea in Phoenicia was an ancient name of Beirut – royal woman named Laodice among the Seleucid dynasty

    Lesotho[edit]

    Liberia[edit]

    Libya[edit]

    Lithuania[edit]

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    Luxembourg[edit]

    Macedonia[edit]

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    Malaysia[edit]

    Malawi[edit]

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    Mali[edit]

    Malta[edit]

    Mauritania[edit]

    Mauritius[edit]

    Mexico[edit]

    Moldova[edit]

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    Mongolia[edit]

    Montenegro[edit]

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    Morocco[edit]

    Mozambique[edit]

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    Myanmar[edit]

    Namibia[edit]

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    Nepal[edit]

    Netherlands[edit]

    New Zealand[edit]

    Nicaragua[edit]

    Niger[edit]

    Nigeria[edit]

    North Korea[edit]

    Norway[edit]

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    Oman[edit]

    Pakistan[edit]

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    Panama[edit]

    Papua New Guinea[edit]

    Paraguay[edit]

    Former:

    • Doña Heriberta Stroessner de Iglesias was the name of Alto Verá – Heriberta Stroessner de Iglesias, Alfredo Stroessner's sister
    • Domingo Robledo was the name of Natalio – Domingo Robledo (1911–1972), Intendent of Encarnacion
    • Fortin Lopez de Filippis was the name of Mariscal Estigarribia – Captain Cesar Lopez de Filippis, Paraguayan military who died during the Chaco War in 1933
    • Puerto Presidente Stroessner was the name of Ciudad del EsteAlfredo Stroessner

    Peru[edit]

    Philippines[edit]

    Poland[edit]

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    Portugal[edit]

    Puerto Rico[edit]

    Qatar[edit]

    Romania[edit]

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    Russia[edit]

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    Saint Kitts and Nevis[edit]

    Saint Lucia[edit]

    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines[edit]

    São Tomé e Príncipe[edit]

    Saudi Arabia[edit]

    Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha[edit]

    Senegal[edit]

    Serbia[edit]

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    Seychelles[edit]

    Sierra Leone[edit]

    Singapore[edit]

    Slovakia[edit]

    Slovenia[edit]

    Somalia[edit]

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    South Africa[edit]

    South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands[edit]

    South Korea[edit]

    Spain[edit]

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    Sudan[edit]

    Suriname[edit]

    Sweden[edit]

    Switzerland[edit]

    Syria[edit]

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    Tajikistan[edit]

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    Tanzania[edit]

    • Nyerere (Ward of Zanzibar City) – Julius Nyerere, President of Tanzania

    Thailand[edit]

    Trinidad and Tobago[edit]

    Tunisia[edit]

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    Turkey[edit]

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    Turkmenistan[edit]

    • Agaýusup adyndaky (Mary) - Aga Yusup Alyýew (1882-1970), Hero of Socialist Labor
    • Akmyrat Hümmedow adyndaky (Mary) - Akmyrat Hümmedow (1931-2000), Turkmen actor
    • Alty Garlyev (Ahal) – Alty Karliev, Turkmen stage and film actor, director and dramatist
    • Andalyp (city) – Nurmuhammet Andalyp (1660–1740), Turkmen philosopher
    • Annagylyç Ataýew adyndaky (Dashoguz) - Annagylyç Ataýew (1912-1943), Hero of Turkmenistan
    • ArkadagGurbanguly Berdimuhamedow (Arkadag), former president
    • AshgabatArsaces I of Parthia
    • Aşyr Kakabaýew adyndaky (Dashoguz) – Aşyr Kakabaýew (1909–1968), Turkmen cotton grower
    • Babadaýhan – Bābā-Dihqān, Iranian mythological figure
    • Balta Myradow adyndaky (Lebap) - Balta Myradow (1908-1984), Turkmen businessman and politician
    • Balyş Öwezow (Görogly) – Balysh Ovezov, Prime Minister of Turkmenistan during the soviet era
    • Berdy Kerbabaýew adyndaky and Kerbabayeva – Berdy Kerbabayev, Turkmen writer
    • Döwletmämmet Azady adyndaky (Lebap) - Döwletmämmet Azady, Turkmen poet
    • Gurban Durdy (Ahal) - Gurban Durdy (1917-1976), Hero of Turkmenistan
    • Görogly (city) – Koroghlu, a semi-mystical hero
    • Hüdük Myradow adyndak (Dashoguz) - Hüdük Myradow (1921-1987), Hero of Socialist Labor
    • J.Atajanov (Mary) - Jumadurdy Atajanow (1913-1969), Hero of Turkmenistan
    • Jumanyýaz Hudaýbergenow adyndaky (Dashoguz) – Jumanyýaz Hudaýbergenow (1912–1943), World War II hero
    • Kulyýewa adyndaky (Lebap) – Gylyç Kulyýew (1913–1990), Turkmen writer and diplomat
    • Magtymguly DistrictMagtymguly Pyragy, Turkmen poet
    • Magtymguly Garlyýew (Akdepe) – Magtymguly Garly (1889–1957), Turkmen musician
    • Mollanepes – Turkmen National writer, Mollanepes (1810–1862)
    • Nyýazow adyndaky (Mary) - Saparmurat Niyazov
    • Nobat Gutlyýew adyndaky (Lebap) - Nobat Gutlyýew (1910-1967), Hero of Socialist Labor
    • Oguzhan (town)Oghuz Khagan, the mythical progenitor of the Turkic nations
    • Orazgeldi Ärsaryýew adyndaky (Dashoguz) – Orazgeldi Ärsaryýew (1900–1978), Turkmen hero
    • Rejepguly Ataýew adyndaky (Dashoguz) – Rejepguly Ataýew (1920–1972), Hero of Socialist Labor
    • Saparmyrat TürkmenbaşySaparmurat Niyazov
    • Sadylla Rozmetow adyndaky (Dashoguz) – Sadylla Rozmetow (1920–2011), Hero of Turkmenistan
    • Seýdi – Seitnazar Seidi (1775–1836), Turkmen patriot and poet
    • Shabat, Turkmenistan – Anusha, Khan of Khiva
    • Şabende adyndaky (Dashoguz) – Abdylla Şabende (1720–1800), Turkmen writer
    • Şükür bagşy adyndaky (Ahal) – Şükür bagşy (1831–1928), Turkmen folk bard
    • Tagan Baýramdurdyýew adyndaky (Ahal) – Tagan Baýramdurdyýew (1909–1977), Turkmen hero
    • TurkmenbashiSaparmurat "Turkmenbashi" Niyazov
    • Zelili adyndaky (Lebap) – Zelili (1779–1836), Turkmen poet

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    Uganda[edit]

    Ukraine[edit]

    Former:

    United Arab Emirates[edit]

    United Kingdom[edit]

    Great Britain[edit]

    Northern Ireland[edit]

    United States[edit]

    Uruguay[edit]

    Uzbekistan[edit]

    • Abdurahmonov nomidag (Tashkent) – Abdujabbor Abdurahmonov (1907–1975), President of Uzbekistan from 1938 to 1950
    • Ahmad Yassaviy (Tashkent) – Ahmad Yasawi
    • Ahmad Yugnakiy (Tashkent) – Edib Ahmed bin Mahmud Yüknekî (poet)
    • Ajiniyaz (Karakalpakstan) - Ájiniyaz, Karakalpak poet
    • Antiochia in ScythiaAntiochus I Soter
    • Berdaq (Karakalpakstan) - Berdakh, Karakalpak poet
    • Beruniy - al-Biruni
    • Dosnazarov (Karakalpakstan) - Allayar Dosnazarov (1896-1937), Karakalpak politician
    • F. Yuldashev (Bulungur) – Faizulla Yuldashev (1912–1991), veteran of the Great Patriotic War
    • Gagarin, UzbekistanYuri Gagarin
    • Gani Azamov, Qoraqamish – Gani Azamov (1909–2001), Uzbek actor
    • H.Tursunqulov (Tashkent) – Hamrakul Tursunkulov (1892–1965), chairman of the collective farm
    • Iskandar (town)Grand Duke Nicholas Konstantinovich of Russia
    • Islom Shoir (Samarkand) - Islom Shoir (1874-1953), Uzbek poet
    • Khamzy (Tashkent) and Khamzy (Uchqorgon) – Hamza Hakimzade Niyazi, poet
    • Mirzo Ulugbek, Ulugbek (town)Ulugh Beg, astronomer, mathematician and sultan
    • Muborak - Islamic scholar Abdullah bin al-Mubarak al-Marwazi
    • Navoiy – Uzbek poet Alisher Navoi
    • Sharof Rashidov District (Jizzakh) – Sharof Rashidov, President of Uzbekistan from 1950 to 1959
    • Oxunboboyev (Shurchi) – Yuldash Akhunbabaev
    • S. Umarov (Navoiy) - Salih Khusanovich Umarov (1922-1995), World War II hero
    • Shaykhontohur – Sheikh Khovendi at-Takhu, a famous thinker and educator
    • Sobir Kamolov (Karakalpakstan) - Sobir Kamolov, Prime Minister of Uzbekistan from 1955 to 1957
    • Sobir Rahimov nomli (Bostanlyk) – Sobir Rakhimov
    • T.Ahmedov nomidag (Sirdaryo) – Turgun Ahmedov (1925–1944), World War II hero
    • U.Musaev (Yangiyul) – Ubaydulla Musaev (1914–1972), Uzbek political figure
    • Zakirov (Tashkent) – Qodir Zokirov, Uzbek scientist, botanist and educator

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    Venezuela[edit]

    Vietnam[edit]

    • Bế Văn Đàn (Quảng Hòa) – Bế Văn Đàn (1931–1953), Hero of the People's Armed Forces
    • Đề Thám (Lạng Sơn) – Hoàng Hoa Thám "Đề Thám" (1858–1913), leader of Yên Thế Insurrection
    • Đình Phong (Cao Bằng) – Đình Phong, a communist soldier
    • Đình Phùng, Bảo Lạc – Phan Đình Phùng (1847–1895), Vietnamese poet
    • Dương Minh Châu District and Duong Minh Chau town – Dương Minh Châu (1912–1947), a communist lawyer
    • Ho Chi Minh CityHo Chi Minh, President of Vietnam
    • Hồ Thị Kỷ (Cà Mau) – Hồ Thị Kỷ (1949–1970), martyr hero
    • Hoàng Văn Thụ, Văn Lãng – Hoàng Văn Thụ (1909–1944), Vietnamese revolutionary
    • Hồng Dân (Bạc Liêu) – Trần Hồng Dân (1916–1946), nationalist revolutionary
    • Kim Đồng, Thạch An – Kim Đồng (1929–1943), captain of Ho Chi Minh Young Pioneer Organization
    • Ngọc Hiển (Cà Mau) – Phan Ngọc Hiển (1910–1941), a local teacher, writer and artist
    • Nguyễn Huân (Cà Mau) – Nguyễn Văn Huân (d.1946), communist martyr
    • Nông trường Trần PhúTrần Phú, Vietnamese revolutionary
    • Phạm Văn Cội (Củ Chi) – Phạm Văn Cội (1940–1967), Hero of the People's Armed Forces
    • Quang Trung, An Lão (Hải Phòng) – Quang Trung, second emperor of the Tây Sơn dynasty
    • Trần Hưng Đạo (Lý Nhân) – Trần Hưng Đạo, an imperial prince, statesman and military commander
    • Trần Văn Thời District and Trần Văn Thời town – Trần Văn Thời (1902–1942), a local communist

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    Zambia[edit]

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    Zimbabwe[edit]

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    See also[edit]

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