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Nam Dinh ( listen) is a city in the Red River Delta of northern Vietnam. It is the capital of Nam Dinh Province. The city of Nam Dinh is 90 km southeast of Vietnams capital, Hanoi. From August 18–20 of each year, there is a festival held in Nam Dinh called the Co Trach. This celebration honors General Tran Hung Dao, a 13th-century national hero who led Vietnamese forces to victory over the invading Mongols. Nam Dinh is also the birthplace of Letran Student , Dominican Friar and Vietnamese Saint Vicente Liem de la Paz, O.P. in the village of Tra Lu, De la Paz was canonized by Pope Saint John Paul II The Great on June 19, 1988 and Feast Day on 24 November .